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Sladyear, No.30 ^ 

Virgiiria Beach, Vb. 



The Oflk^ Paper 
Serving the worid*s lirgest resort city 

WechM^ay, Attga^ 2, 1978 



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By RhoQda Miller 
SUN Staff Writer 

It's in tht fifiiH1Ji». 

That's where the reid skill of Jackie 
Bergara's dandng comes out. 

The sensitivity that he hia to his 
body transfers to his partner fty way of 
the fingertips. 

He dips 'em, twists 'em, rock 'em 
and turn's 'tm, and when he goes out 
to a disco dub, the ladies tak him to 
dance. 

The girls started, . noticing his 
dandng around the fifth grade. 

"Jackie ahvays used to outshine 
everybody with his dandng," sidd fifth 
grade classmate Linda Warren. 

Long before Jackie moved to 
Vir^nia Beach, he wu tearing up the 
floor at Chesapeake's Great Bridge 
community center. 

Mftldar for M(v«raf|y«M, 

(••d^g itmiiii 0m^^' 

£HUil*ing for B^gara now hits a high 
pdnt at the Friday night disco contest 
at the White Heron in Virginia Beach, 
but it started back in the days of 
American Bandstand. 

"When I was about five years old, 
my mother got me into dancing lAnig 
with the people on televtsi<|C^ the 129- 
year old remonbors. "She taught me 
the CharlMton and tlwn (Kher dances. 
I've been dandng ever since. ' ' a^ 

He earned his living as a wel(fa|ffor 
sevo-al years teadiii^ (toidng at night. 



He's a man who dances first and 
talks later. 

He quickly demonstrates a stq), then 
has the student feeling it. 



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"Loosen that arm," he'll say with a 
smile, and and instantly, the arm is 
loose. 

On the rock step, he really rocks it, 
with a motion that looks Uke a modern 
dance body wave. 

"The lady rests her elbow on the 
man's elbow." 

"You'll very seldom see my heels hit 
the floor." 

"The man has to be taught his lead 
part." 

Bergara gets all the details, and 
transmits them with a smile. 

His students seem to ntake 
anuuingly rapid progrou. and J 
prongs iMlwilli^liildili. 
will ask tott #liefy yiNi- litliiad te^ 
dance." 

Does a professicma! danixr get tired 
of teaching folks who aren't too sure 
of where their feet are, or what rhythm 
is? 

"I enjoy getting people to learn," he 
says, and his students come in with an 
enthusiasm that babbles. 

The first thing Ik tries to get people 
u> team is how to be free. 

"Some dance studios teach you to be 
Continued on p.6 






He picks the hits and 
keeps 'em dandng 



By Pam Vai^eveer 
SUN News Editor 

"Disco is the ra^ of the *70's," daims 
vetCTan dUc jock^ Robert V. MitclftU. 

"in the 1930*8 everycme loved jazz. In 
the 40's it was the big baml and in the 30's 
it was rock and roll. The 60's were years 
of protest uid hard rock. In the 70's 
peoj^ wanted to dance." 

Mitchdl, who Is pro§nm director for 
Virginia Bach's radio station WVAB, 
h« been involved in disco the past six 
years. 

Mitchell, who is known throughout 
Chesapeake for his disco sho^s at 
"Jerry's," "The Virginia Reel" .and 
"The Gallery," has b«n involved in disco 
the past six years. 

"Whmi pmHfh h9» of dbco 
thoy oHmi ^t mUi of Now 

"It's not som^M^i new," he explains. 
"'Disco' is a French word miming 
'dancing to reoHtls' ami there wo-e 
dUcotheques in Europe in 1966." 

A lot of peqpte have the wrong idn of 
what dis^ Ktudly to, Iw feels. 

"When peo|4e hear of disco th^r often 
^rink of New York disco," he says. "But 
It can be tte ^^^ of any mi^ for 
^ndng. Ttey etmi have country mu4c 
diKonow!" 

M^alexpmure is the raison dis^ is so 
p^HHilar now, he says. "Movte, Hke 
'Satii^iy Ni^i l^ver' and 'Groue' and 
evm m v^m m *Waag Minutes' on TV 

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"It's become an $80-100 milUon a year 
buriness. 

"I think dub operators are finding out 
that instead of putting in a $200 to $400-a- 
^^t tend, a man who mlly knows how 
to operate a good sound and light show 
will do as well at one third the cost." 

"I alto go by my gut rooctho 
to a M«g. I mually latow 
wkoH a now 
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Mitdiell predicU dis<» is here to stty fot 
anoUier five^iir sii^^mn. "But like 
evo^thing e^||t can H ovct done. 
.;*A disco <^Khat's properly managed 
should last the test of time," he 
continiws. "People hi to drink and dance 
becawe it's fun. Daiiihg is a good form 
of entertainment to watch, and nuMt of 
all, to participate in." 

Mitchdl b^u as a disc Jockey while 
ttill in hi^ school 12 yetn ago. He was 
the first in the area to |rfay records for 
d«N»ng in chite, b^iuHi^ in 1973 with a 
sti«4ht "oldte" llnei^). 

"Spinning records is a r»rt of my 
UveUhood." f» ex|riains. "I «M the 
s«;ret of a good disc jodcQf is I«pM of 
a good drummer. ^ 



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"A drummer kfc^ps a good bett for the 
band b«caitte 1m is more than fflcdy a 
^od dancer. A good disc jock^ he a 
OH^md on p.5 



David Boocock and Mkhad HagaH show off a 1* 
pound lobster at thdr seafood comiNMy. 



Seafood feast 
tradition upheid 



By Elizabeth George 

Michael Hagan and David Boocock have been 
feeding a lot of people lately. 

In fact, in just over one month they will have the 
opportunity to feed 8.000 to 10,000 more. 

The Hagan Boocock Seafood Co. will be catering the 
Neptune Festival Seafood Feast on Friday, September 
IS from 12 noon to 1 1 p.m. at the Virginia Beach Dome. 
They will offer a wide variety of fresh seafood at 
various prices ranging from $1.73 to $18.S0. 

Coordinators of the Neptune Festival announced 
earlier this year that the popular feast was to be 
cancelled for the 1978 activities, but they planned to 
have it again in the future. 

Nellie Bryan, executive diredor of the Virginia Bearh 
Neptune Festival cited several reasons tnr the 
cancellations, however, she added, "The main reason 
we cancelled was to look into bringing the feast back 
into the area." 

''H ft fiNicfc bottor to hayo a eomplleotod 
tickot tafo than a kigmooa. Aayono with 
a tkkot wKI bo guanu^ootl goMng what 
thoywaKt" 

Opposition to the decision made ths Neptune Festival 
staff realize just how important tracUtion and good fod 
are. In fact, Ms. Bryan was delighted to find the well 
qualified Hagan Boocock Seafood Co. to do the job. 

"It is an established fact that «« have a feast," said 
Bryan. 

The Hagan Boocock Seafood Co. was started in 1976 
by two brothers in-law, Michad Hagan and David 
Boocock, both 29. Before then Hagan had run a lobster 
boat and Boocock has fished with him. 

"We found that there was no one here to handle 
lobsters at the time so we dedd«l to do it." said 
Boocock. 

The two m«i set up business on Oranby St. in 
Norfolk where presently seven people work at the 
company. Four other men work on the Ic^sto- boat 
which Ha^ui runs. All other seafood is purchased fresh 
from other fishermoi and |»cka-s. Sincx LobstOD are 
difficult to keep alive, the partners have had to build a 
holding system and haul in sea water. 

It wasn't until the successful Harl^fest in Norfolk 
that a seafood fea» in Virginia Beach seemed possible. 
There the Hagan Boocock Seafood Co. catered 
approximately 5.000 people in two days. Despite some 
difficulties, everyone ^emed satisfi«i with the results. 

The partners, howevs^. intend to run the Neptune 
Festival Seafood Feast a "little differently and more 
efficiently" than the Harborfest. 

"This is out of necessity. It wcsi't work any other 
' said Hagan. 

Hie main diffn-ence in the two iKMnte -will be tht 
advam^ tick^ uAs for the NeiMttw FMtvy. Wf^ 
thousand tkkets have been prints up for the one tey 
e^^nt which is to like ^mf fl^i 12 ikkmb to II p.m. 
Continual on p. 13* 



2 VIRGINIA BEACH SUN O WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1971 



It abi't worth It 

Ten ^ents won't buy you much anymore. What's a 
dime these days? 

Well it's plenty when you start adding up all the dimes 
you iwt in pay phones and toll gates. 

But by far, the worst affrcHit of aU is the pay toilet. 

We had stopped at a local gas station the other day, 
and I was hoping to run into the ladies' \room to 
"powder my nose." y^ 

Discrimination was the first thing that popp^ to 
mind when I saw the pay restroom. 

The mens' room was inside the station and was free. 
The ladies' room was outside and cost ten cents to get in 
the door. 

Just as I stood there trying to decicte if this was worth 
the price, a woman walked out of the bathroom. 

She held the door open for me so I could get inside 
without being charged, and sarcastically commented, 
"It isn't worth ten cents." 

Truer words were never spoken. T^e place was a 
shambles - the worst I've evo* seen. 

To add insult to injury, there on the back of the door 
was one of those signs that raves about the station's 
high sanitation- standards and is signed "The 
Management." 



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Wondering how long it had beat since this place had 
seen any sanitation at all, I turned the door knob to 
leave. 

But it was broken and the door could not be opened 
from the inside. A grim picture entered my mind ~ I was 
trapped. 

The thought of being cooped up in that place sent me 
frantically twisting and fumbling with the knob. 
Luckily, someone waiting in line outside realized my 
predicament and pushed the door open. 

As the next victim entered I sarcastlcaUy commented, 
"It isn't worth ten coits." 

Strolling back to the car, I wondered why the place 
was such a mess. Probably "The Management" didn't 
want to have to pay a dime to get inside to ctean it. 

Lawn problems solved 

The Virginia Beach Department of 
Agricuhure/VPI Extension Horticulturist advises 
that many area homeowners are experiencing 
problems with their lawns this summer. Sod 
webworms may be the culprit which is causing 
coi^em for many homeowners. 

Sod webworms are the larvae or caterpillar stage of 

several species of lepidoptera» ||||MHM0(build 

' si)ken'tunnel9 at the grouiid le #i > |M i ^ ^main 

duririg the da/.'th%'come out il ttigrnlrHd on the 

blades of grass. 

Sod webworms seem to prefer new lawns or those 
lawns which have received a lot of care. Damage first 
anxan as small brown areas in the grass; the turf 
oftoi htt a ragged iq^xanmce. 

^sraying tite Iwni in the evening with diadnon or 
carbaryl (Sena) should help control the sod 
wdwona. Do aot mom gras for at least one day 
aUter^pn^i^ 

Craft sessfons for children 
scheihiled at Beach IHirary 

The Oeat Neck branch of the Vii^nia Beach piMk Hbiaiy 
system wiU ivesait a craft icsdim OB Weifaiaday, Ai«Bst M, 
and Friday, August 18, at 3 p.m. for chOdrai i^n 7 to 12 
yean. 

le^mttkm b required and hegia ^ mi A pgf^ 7, ^^^ ^ ^ ^t^ 

is UnAed to IS children Old chOdioi may Rftater for (Ndy one 
class. 

No iriione r^istrations wiQ be tatai. 

Ilie oaft classes are free and materials wll be ftinislMd by 
tfaenxary. 

The Cheat Neck branch is located hi dw HUtop area of 
Virginia Beach, at 1231 Bayne Diiw. 

Fot furthCT details contact DcMrieCtttcr at 4tl-«)94. 
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Water conservation ordinance 
goes into effect In September 



nw ^^ilfaiia Beach dty ooimcU reoendy ^vrovid a Watv 
Coosarvatioii OnUoanoe. This ordinaooe. whkh b ^acdft w 
of Saptemher 1, wiU require wioer-favfaif davleai to be 
instaOad hi all new ooDstmcdmi and reqeirainMrnqMliai 
systaBM for all car washes tai Virgfaiia Beach. Tlie OidiMMa Is 
<Uvided Uito foor secdoos and k nuBOMriaad aa foOowK 

1. Flow rates and water usafe ratts wU be lastiieiad tai 
toilets, urinals, shower heads, and stalk ftoeets. Tolall wM be 
requtaed to use no more dian 3Vi lalloes of iraMr par flarii: 
urinals DO more diaa 3 taDoos per flush; shoaw hM* BO 
oMfc than 3 taUoas per mfaiute; and, rink faucett no aorc 
than 4 faBoos per flrimrte. 



2. FhneetsoflavatorieslocttedtaipablfciwtiooiwiMHtbe 
ofthe OMlariiii or sclf-chMfait type. Abo. M ofiMd or wMv 
doset can <vente on a ooiMiauous flow basis. 

3. AM car washes amtt be equipped with an apptowdwatg 
reeycuf qpiImb. Those cwrcttiy fai oistaiioa nnut be 
rstralhied wtt m ivi^oved ontan withhi one yaar. 

4. AU other oodinuous flow devioss of 3 pflms psr 
or more must have aa ^proved water mytMm 



WKPwdlni this 



For more vedfic faiforantion 
contact the Vliifaiia Beach 
Inspections at 427-4211. 



Department of Permits and 



PiMc hearing set on water sivpfy praMem 



Senior J. Lewis Raids has announced dot the State Water 
Study Comaii^oa will hold a puUic haarfaif at 7:30 B.m.. 
Monday, Anptst 7, at die Vinfaiia Bench city eencfl 
chamban at tiw Municipal Center at Viiitaiia Bench for the 

porposa of faortvtaig oonunente on watv sappfy Mid aOocirion 
problems hi Southeastern Vintada. 

Hie State Water Study Commission was cnated ta 1977 
pursuant to ItouseJototResohidon 236 to teco nm an d to the 
Oenetal Assembly ways to address water supply and alloGiiion 
problems, partieidarly diose of Nbithen and ImUlianilaiii 
>^nfada. Hie drauiht of the summer of 1977 showed, 
however. tiMt cridcal presoit and poteodal wmnr ^Ttmn 
eiist and are not ooofbied to any me iBOfraphictf aiw of dM 



to die General Assembly m it 
neoeisniy and desirable. 

The stady omnmission is conqmsed of Senator J. Uwis 
Rawis of Suffoft, chairman: Senator Charks I. Oadan of 
Manamaa; Senntor Wiley F. MitdMl of Alenndria; Mipia 
J. Pmd CoundU of FhmkUn; THilaiatr Oenid L. BaUm of 
RichmMid: Delegate Olenn B. MoClanan of VhiUa isndi; 
Ddeiate Gary R. Myers of Alanndria; Ddasala Uwis W. 
Parker of South HOI; and ddasn l ep i ese ntaU w s lob«t R. 
PetHiof Norfolk; Louis L. Guy of Fairfn: Jmhs H. OOlnid 
of Paiffax; Georfe W. WiOtauns of ChnilottawiBa; and 
Geofts M. Cornea, a member of the State Water Control 
Board, who serves as aa ex-offldo menAar 9t the 



The 1978 Genoal Assembly's Senate Joim nii.Ah.ft^ i 
comhmed die Stam Water Study Conrndsskm mid dbaetod 
that the co mmi ssi on diorauilily andyae water nvply and 
a flocati on proMems of the entire state and ma ke such 



The oommisdcm has abcndy hdd henffa^ tai Wise, 
Roanoke, Harrisonburf, Ftvderldabwi, Aocomac and 
Danvffle. A hearinf hi Nordiem ^r|fada is abo plminad for 



Conservation plants used to control 

^e environmen t 





"Plant materials centers of the Soil Conservation 
Service (SCS) working with other federal and state 
agencies are releasing a record number of 
conservation plants this year." said O.D. Adams, 
Dist. Conservationist. 

In just the first 3 months of 1978, the centers 
released 15 varieties for commercial production, as 
compared to a total of 7 varieties released in 1977. 

Phins are to release even more before the end of 
theyoir. 

The new conservation plants will be available to 
help control erosion and sedimentation. 

"They will play an important role in improving the 
quality of our environment," slated Adams. 

Some of the 1978 pUints released include: 

"Alamo" switchgrass to control shoreline enMion 
and protect flood control structures. 

"King-Red" Russian olive and "Flame" Amur 
maple for shelterbelts and windbmk (bantings, 
bmdscaping, and wildlife food and covor. 

Three varieties of wildflowers to reotablish 
prairies and to beautify and protect road«des and 
recreatiiMi areas. 

"Barranco" desertwillow for windbreaks and 
screens. 

"The hew releases indicate how SCS's j^ant 
materials prc^ram is responding to tlw needs of the 
I970's. We no longer search exclusively for 



conservation plants to be used on the farm, although 
these are still a major part of our work. Now we have 
broadened our scope, and we are evaluating 
environnMntal improvement plants for a wide range 
of uses." said Adams. 

"For example, we have stepped up the search for 
plants that will help reclaim mined hind, protect sand 
dunes and control shore erosion, staMlize 
construction sites and other critical areas, and 
beautify the landscape as they work. We are looking 
for plants that will hdp stabilize waste disposal areas, 
provide food and cover for wildlife, tolerate 
pollution and toxic soil conditions, and retard the 
spread of fire." 

SGS has a publication. "Conservation Phnts for 
the Northeast," (PA- 1 154) which describes tiO planu 
that are useful on disturbed areas; for stabiliang 
coastal dunes or sandy inland areas; for providing 
wikllife food and cover; for growing hedges, 
wkidbreaks. and screens. 

If you need assistance in selecting plant materials 
for conservation uses or environmental 
improvement, contact SCS personnel at 300 Cedar 
Road Chesapeake. Va.. 547-7171. 

You can ask for a copy of "Conservation Plants 
for the Northeast", an appointment lo discuss your 
particular conservation needs, or both. 



Post office offers film mailing suggestions 







Cmicra buffs are urged to properly prepare flhn bel^ seal 
throi^ the audi for prooes^ to hc^ pnacrve ihoM 
precious summer pboto^wpMc-monoite. 

Each yetr.thousands of fVm packages end up hi dead letter 
offices throi^hmit the cooMiy beemm (rf »«iess wfappii« 
and addressing, often resuhli« la a mtasi^ pictorW racaid of 
vatatiou tri|M. 

The following tips will h^ oisure safer hanffi^ of flba 
whili: in the mail stream. 

natv fihn abridges ia umOy envelopes. Wha poiAle, 



Brickell 

to advisory panel 

br. E. E. BrickeO. SupcrinMBdam of VkgUa 
Beach PuMc Sebooh, has been appoinrnd m a 
■ember of Oe adviMxy pand to the Amciieaa 
awMteioa of Sehool Adari ul suatuis KMeaal 
£25 '* ** Improwmeai of Learataig (AASA- 
KK1L.) The nttfeoal orgmiatim deals pitear^ 
«MttettnM^^mMnlin Md teftttfdB, and te 
€^^^vg M to u^nve the gnoal praetiee in 
nunaifDinu uf buili. 

U^^te one-yev term Or. Briebi b «qweM 
to a^ AoM five meeti^s <rf the AASA— l«K3L 
wlvHorypend. 



use the envelopes usuaify suniUed by fitai pr o cea si^ 



Nose powdering 
can be traumatic 



fttthrocMR sttnies are always fresh. 

My favorite memory is called, "Close Call in 
Nebraska." 

The CTMS country drive had driven me to dreamland 
by the time the Amerioi's breadbasket came along. 

Pit Mopa had Imt tlMir ^amor by that time, so whoi 
the guys in the front seat decided to check out the john 
scene in the Mi^est, ky first thought was to snooze 
right through it. 

NevCT having visited a ladies room in Nebraska 
beftm, the ur^ finally hit and I crawled out of the back 
scat and vratured forth to a new frontier. 

No niiti<M' surprise were in store for me in the ladies. 

The real anrj^ise was on my exit, when I realized that 
my tnvdtaf confinnitms had vanished. 

Panfc is the same ui Netouka as it is in Tidewater, 
but It didn't get a chance to get a hold on me. 



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Sonwuflicre down the off ramp the guys had decided 
to coofidt me for stnne reason, and noticed a limp 
Uaakctin the back scat. 

Hiey threw it into reverse and rescued me from an 
uncertaiB future in a Nebraska rest stop. 

Thank goodness. Johns are a great place to visit, but 
I woiikiii't want to live there. 




■HnmsUc Employment 
Covered 



j^ aiiljmWfhlikti VAife in aomcoaaabe^ 
SmmmmjmklmmBki jmrdMli^ tatliiiH tfrlir^ 
il i i iHriO » a .ieiill rfMsiUtf that (heir eanrings 
Mi bciai corrtcliy reported for social security. 

EiiMiaga ti people hi domcalic employment are 
covwai fer Mdal aecarfty parposcs when they 
lelaliM CMh or more In a caleMlar quarter. Once 
Ike SSi teat ii act, all of the person's earnings are 
coverai ni iho«M be reported. 

Eaptoyeci shonM make sure their employer 
iadncte the social accarily tax and makes tN 
proper raporta to the Intenml Revenue Service. 
FBip to y ar*a who need more tafonnlion on bow 
to lepMt wagea for their domeatic employees 
shMM ohhdn a free brochnre, "Socfad Security 
ni Yew aonaehoM Employee," from any social 
aeculli office, 

A petBM'a pnaeat and fntnre social security 
pralc^M iepwdi mi hb or her covered eaminp 
being comcfly reported. TN right to, and the 
amowM of, bcMflla la direct^ rctatcd to properly 



Sochri aecirlty bMdIti pfaiy an important part 
la aMdlBtahrfng femfly Income when a worker 
relbfa, becoaea tHanbled, or dtes. If not all 
eanlafi nc npmrtcd, beneflta wUI be lower than 
(hey ihoiM, or, poaalMy not pnyabte at all. 

U'a ■ io«d Ma* for people to check thdr social 
■eawity raomia every 3 years or so. This Is 
w p t^h iMl tfM If they change Jobs often ir have 



rcopie who waat to check their record can get a 
fine poatettd form i(Form-7M4) at any soctal 
aacwMy office. Al they have to do is fill out the 
cwdMi ■■! it In rctora they wlU get a statement 
•f the eanyan reported to their socfad security 



Make wrc tliat the procenor's n^M^ iddriii m wdl m a 
return add>^<s« are writioi IqdMe on the ooyide aBvdope. Use 
^IP Codes. ' ^^ 

As 41) I '•.I. -a puvaution, tape your nunc and addkeas to tte 
Mm roll jf cartrid|$e bct<xe imertiag it n the envefa^e. Yow 
name amJ address shouki be writt« aho on die badi of mg 
pbMfliraphs be^ soK tai tor n-uimM^ awtag or other 



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AfOdH BMt be I^Hrie, praferaMy type. 
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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. AUGUST!. 1919 J 



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Hospital expands visiting 



Expanded visiting houn are now being mjoyed by 
patients at General Hospital of Virginia Beach, their 
frioids and families. 

Patients in both private and semi-private rooms in 
nwdical and surgiod areas may now receive visit(Mrs 
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and 7 to 8:30 p.m. The new 
schedule is designed to encourage visiting throughout 
the day. so that patients wUl not become overtired 
from many visitors within a short period. 

Exceptions to the new hours are the maternity 
area, where visiting hours will remain 2-4 p.m. and 7 
to 8:30 p.m.; and the intensive and coronary nre 



units. Only members of the patient's immediate 
family may visit in these two special care areas, and 
they may ask the nurses or information desk fdr a 
schedule. 

The limit of two visitors per patient at one time is 
still in enect, and visitors should continue to obtain 
passes at the information desk. 

The hospital and its medical staff have also passed 
a new regulation prohibiting smoking by visitors in 
patient care areas. Visitors are asked to return to the 
lobbies to smoke, even if the patient they are visiting 
isaanoker. 



City employee honored at retirement 



Lee Roy Di»M Sr.. reoo^y retired stqwdntcadeot of 
autOTMdve lervicei for the dty of Virgiaia Beadi. has been 
atoltted to a Ufethne nMnbarii^ in the cx^iihre 
"Mdntcaunoe Masters Oub of the Nati(»al Safety CouacD." 

MembcnAip is awarded fw outttaadiag perfoimaiioe in the 
fleU <^ motor safety maintenance. IXxott was pieMBted his 
jdaqne by city manager Ckorge L. Hubuiy at eeremooiM h^ 
at the Virgiiiia Beadi Civic Center during his rediement 
dinner. 

Membership hi this international hooot society is Umitod to 
those individuals fai the fieM of motor vdiide maintenance 



niio have dononsttated thdr expertness and ^ety consdous- 
Mss ovor many years hi at least four of the roUowing ueas: 
savinp in maintwumce costs, shop ufety. work improvement. 
coojpemdoa, training aiKi record keqnng. 

I%Hm has been enqAoyed with the dty of Virginia Beach for 
18 years. He became supointendent of automotive services on 
Juhr 1. 1968 ud served in tiiis position until his reiirematt on 
June 30. 

Dixoa't name and organization have been altered on a 
permanent roil of hcmor at die National Safety Council 
headquarters in Oiicago. 



Holy Spirit pariah plans ceremonies 



H(rty SiHrit parish will hoki ground brealdag oeremooies at 
3 p.ni. August 6 on thdr property at Lynnhaven Paricway and 
Primrose Lane in Green Run. 

Founded in 197S in reqxmse to avtmom^ag at 
neighboring CathoUc dmrdies. Holy Spirit parish numbers 
300 families bi Oe Wfaidsor Woods. Plaza, and Oreen Run 
areas of Virginia Beadi. 

Widi mudi constructicm still taking place, the paridi 
tatpeca to number 800 families by 1980. 

The f<Nuiding pattor, Fatiier WiUam H. Carr, is pnaentiy 
assisted by Sister Maureen Milnamow and Ssttf Patiida 
CoomU, Frecterick E. Sumfk i» diairman of the Parish 



Mental health unit 
* earns commendation 



The ^rghiia Beadi Mental Heahh and Mental Rctardption 
SCTvioes Board's OcMnprebendve 'Meifeial HeiAlr SffrioM 
(OfHS) iKOffam haa><reoeiviBd aAnwiiiiiidMiilii «<h>MPrtb 
National Institute of Mental Healtli ^OMH). ffhii^MIMM 
conwnendaticm was for tiie menttl health's peopaa's 
reqwnsiveness in the area of emergency/crisis services. 

The comnwndatiffls bom NIMH, tlw federal govarmnent 

agency responsible fw m(mit(»uig community meatal heahh 

programs, resulted from a recent uunnounoed, nmdom 

survey of m«ital health emergency pn^rams across the 

r<^nhed States. 

The NIMH staff in Washington conducted a survey on a 
Sumtey afternoon of 40 community mental heahh iffograms 
to test the avaibd>ility of each Ingram's tdqihone eme^ency 
service. 

The Virghiia Beadi Mental Health program through a 
oomUnationof its own staff and a cnMractaal agfeeoMnt with 
die Regkmal Crisis Cnter program, tmvidm 2(MMMir mental 
heahh emergency oo^nsra^ to Virginia Beadi residems. 

NIMH ooaq>limemed the Viqfaiia Beach pn^nun for 
suooenfully meeting the criteria of provhUng nqM access to a 
treatmrat couns^v to respond to memal iMaldi emeigBndes. 

This one^ency/crisis service oonqMmeat of the \%gfaiia 
Beadi CHMS ivogram is (me facet of the city's ovendl mntal 
health system. In addition to anogency/criris sovioes. the 
Virpnia Beadi CHMS offers outpatioit oouna^ng, diildren's 
services, an aduh day treatment p rog r am , an aftercare 
medkstlon dink; fvogram and consultation and education 
services. 

Residents of Vhgioia Beach with a mental heahh emsfgency 
during weekdays until 9 p.m. shouki amtact the CMHS 
emergency unit at 4904S83. After 9 p.m.. weekends and 
ludidays. mental health crisis calls should be directed to the 
Crisis Center at 399^93. 



Coundl. 

By ooopoathig with various dty sodal services agendes as 
wdl as neighboring diurches, Ho^ Sphit parish provides an 
oirtreadi which affects the community. Members of the parish 
are invol^ with Meals on Wheels, nursing homes and otha 
vdunteer projects. 

Hdy S^iirit's new church buikUng is envisioned as being of 
service to the targer commimity as well as the church 
community. With spadous commons, kitchen, nueting rooms 
and niusery, as wdl as the worship area «1iidi will 
accomodate 330 persons, tiie parish hopes to offer its buildmg 
to various dvic and social groups ui the area. 



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MeiTitts named 
production officer 



![ BCWl'"Mi*r Merritts recently became the 
|f»-oduction^fficer at the Naval Air Rework Facility 
[.(NARF), Hpiolk. 

LCDR Merritts is a familiar face at NARF. He 
reported as engines/ground support equipment 
project of fleer in 1976. In 1977 he was assigned as F- 
14/engines project officer. 

Before coming to NARF, he was project director 
for advanced school signal processor at the Naval Air 
Development Center, Warminster, Pennsylvania. 

LCDR Merritts was born in Lock Haven, 
Pennsylvi^}ia. He began his naval career in 19S9, 
graduating from the Naval Academy in 1964. A year 
later he was designed a naval aviator. 

He flew the P2 aircraft in VP-24 NAS, Norfolk, 
and then the P3 at Patuxent River, Maryland. 

Next came Naval Post Graduate School where he 
was awarded the masters and aeronautical engineers 
degrees in aeronautical engineering (Avionics). 
During this time he was designated an aeronautical 
engineering duty officer. 

He is married to the former Brenda Womack of 
Virginia Beach. He and his wife live in the Kempsville 
area. 



Protect 
" oMlMf 
mmtif 

LCDR Dennis Vatras is 
the new F-14 project 
officer at the Navtd Air 
Rework Facility, Norfolk. 
Prior to this assignment, 
he serv^ as NAVAIR as 
special project, officer 
electro-optical test 
systems. 

The New York native 
will live in Virginia Brach 
with his wife and 6-y« 
old dai^hter. 



Fishing activity slow 

Game Warden R.R. Townsend rqwrts the dty hdces around 
Suffolk and NwfoBc omtinue to offer some good activity for 
sunMi. but pow Mfll is the word for otha spedes that, and 
action is fi^ for sunfish, poor for other spedes in Back Bay 
ttid Northw»t River. Waters; medium, tkia, stable. 

^ J.A. McClemiey rqwrts ttwre was |mu:tkaay no 
fisUng attivky itt aUlaat wedc dtw to the extreme heat in dth» 
the Btadcwattr River (Medimn-4ii^, subk and dmnr) <»- tiie 
medium-h^, risfaig tad very muddy Nottoway RIvct. No 
actkm was reporMd tt aO diK to tlw heat (m the medlum-stabk 
and dear Rtftage and AirfleU p(»ds. 



OONTBEASVEEDER 

Dri%v with caie, don't be a 
tpeedtf, you might run over a 
want ad reader! 



Don't let summer get 
to your air concftioner 



If you're like most of us, the first time you test 
your air conditioner for the summer was the day it 
got hot. What happens if it didn't work, you 
probably (I) called for a service technician, (2) went 
out to buy a new one, or (3) suffered. 

Service technicians, of course, are very busy 
because of all the other caUs they get this time of 
year. And the stores are often jamm^l. 

Even if your air conditioner did work, it might 
work a lot more efficioitly with a little help from 
you. 

The following simple checklist can help you get the 
most from your air conditioner this summer. 

Trim bushes, shrubs. Free air drculation around 
the air conditioner is essential to good, efficient 
performance. 

Check filter. Just as bushes can restrict air flow on 
the outside, a dirty Alter can restrict it on the inside. 
Be sure to clean the filter and check it about once a 
month for the entire cooling season. 

Check coils, inside and out. Dirt accumulation on 
the coils tends to reduce efficiency. Such 
accumulation is most likely to occur on the outside 
coils. If cleaning is indicated, you'll probably need 
the help of a professional who can steam clean the 
coils. 

Check the power cord. It's just plain common 
sense to check the power cord for peeling or cracked 
insulation. 

However, if you doubt that the air conditioner will 



make it through the summer due to old i^e, start 
shopping for a new one soon. If you do decide to 
replace your old air conditioner with a new one, 
consider one of a bit smaller capacity than the old 
unit. Not only could it help keep down the initial 
purchase price, a smaller unit likely would cost less to 
operate and may do a better comfort job than a unit 
that is somewhat oversized. 

An air^ conditioner does two things to make a room • 
cool and comfortable. It cools and it dehumidifles. A 
unit too large for a particular room will cool the 
room quickly, then the compressor will cycle off. 
Since dehumidification occurs only while the 
compressor is operating, an oversized unit may not 
dehumidify sufficiently. k 

A slightly undersized unit, on the other hand, will 
operate the compressor more of the time, and 
thereby control humidity more effectively. In the 
past, the capacity of many room air conditioners was 
determined by estimating the size of the area to be 
cooled, and then adding a bit for good measure. The 
result is, that many units in service today are larger 
than necessary. 

Added to that is the recent trend to insulation and 
weather stripping, brought on by the increasing cost 
of heating. The same insulation that helps keep a 
f house warm in the winter will help keep it cool in the 
summer: therefore, redudng the load on the air 
conditioner. 



Hortlculturje field day scheduled 



The Tidewater Hoiticuhure Fidd Day wiU be hdd on 
Wednesday, August 9. Sponsored by tiie ^^qjnia Beach 
Dqiartment of Agricokure/VPI Extendmi Services in 
cooperation wtth the ^^-^lia Triidc ft Ornamentals Research 
Station, this annual evoit will be hdd at the Research Sution 
on Diamond Sprinp Road from 10 a.m.-4jp.m. 

In addition to the hundreds of annual flowen, trees, shrubs, 



and v^etables bdng grown hi the gardens, the public will have 
tiie opportunity to meet wtth and discuss iriant prt^lems whh 
area horticuhurist. BxtaMJOB home economists will also be 
avaikble to assist wHh food preservation questions. 

For additional information, contact the Virghtia Beach 
Department of Agriculture/VPI Extension Sovioes at 
427-4611. 



Navy wives 
meet Thursday 

The monthly business 
meetuig of Navy Wives Qnbs 
of America, Dam Ned^ f207 
edisM^Wtyek wiB be hdd at 
tiitim I4ebk ^iidal Ser- 
vices Buildhig, 2ad floor, at 
7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug- 
ust 3. 

All enlisted wives m the 
area are mvlted to attend. 
For further hiformation call 
Fran Sanchez, preddeat, 425- 
8467. 



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SOLVE MONEY WMUUES 

How' to hdp lolve money thinp you no longer. need and 
worrieil Let clanified ads in can do without. Low coit and 
your hoHMtown newspaper sell quick acting! 



dogtee 



Robin K. Rice of 3757 
Kings Point Rd., Virginia 
Beach, received a 
Bachelor of Arts degree at 
the graduation of Boston 
University's College of 
Liberal Arts. 

Ms. Rice majored in 
psychology. 



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HERITAGE 

TRANSMISSION 
EXCHANGE 

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hi Iht IMtttf Slatot. 



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father of printing, was 
originally a goldsmith. 

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and NMdi out 
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^ROBERT A. SIMMONS, 
#*^ D.D.S. 

nounces the opting of his office for 
the Practice of General Dentistry 

Hickory Dental Building 

2538 Genterville Turnpike South 

Chesapeake, Virginia 23322 

Office Hours: By Appointment 
Duly, Evmnp, Saturdays 

Telephone 421-7181 



NOnCETOTHEPUBUCOFANAiminONAL 

SCHB)ULI!D HEARING ON 

VIIGINU HJCnUC AND POWBt COMPANTS 

HEQUBBT FOB AN INCREASE IN RATn 

Virginia Electric and Power Company haa bean 
requirad to giw public notice (rf ita pending appli> 
cation for an inoreMa in rates. Tlua notice ia ci»- 
rmtly being puUiahed in newap^iera Uurou^Ktut 
Vepco's service territory. Intereated ptnom an 
beii% adviaed ctf hearings scheduled (ot Sq^nnber 
5, 1978, in the CImivwake City Cmindl Chambwa, 
Mid f<» Septembflv 6, 1978, in tiM Bovd Room of 
the Board erf ^ipervisora of Fairfax County, and 
for September 7, 1978, in the Commiaaicni'a Court- 
room in Richmond, Viiginia. 

The Committion hu now decided to adiadule a 
aecond hearing for September $, 1978, in the Phi 
Beta Kappa Hall, CoUege of William and Mary, 
WiUianainuf , Vii^nia. This heari^ on S^ilem- 
ber 6 will be adiedulad from lOKIO a.m. to 12:80 
pjB. tmd tmm 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

ParUea who wiah to apeak at th» hearing at WUl- 
Mmatmig m^ ba adbeduted 1^ omtMtiJV the 
C<»nniia8ion at 1-800-562-9760 or hy writing to 
William C. Young, Clerk, Stote Cofpontiao Com- 
mteton, P.O. Boi 1197, RichmMid, Viiginia 23S09. 
In (»<br that the CkHBBiiaaion B^ 1m» froa tiM 
maximum number of perimia teiM^ to midce a 
rtatement at tUa hearing, all p«Alie witnaaaea aie 
requeued to limit their oral commenta to appvod- 
mately seven (7) minutee. 

Vtf^i &e^ aid Pn^r CM^iiy 



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4 VIM^INIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1971 



77ie beat makes you iMBfit to do It 



-^ By Rhonda Miller 

SUN Staff Writer 

Just three lessons into disco dancing, Joy Allred 
really rocks it. 

"I saw ii on T.V. and I had to be able to do it." she 
smiles after working up a heat on the floor at the Disco 
Dance Studio owned by Jackie Bergara and Marie 
Landis of Virginia Beach. 



A lady who gets into nearly every dance that America 
can handle, handles the disco scene like a pro. 

"The beat just makes you want to do it." she says to 
explain why she learned it so fast. 

Where in the body does a person feel the disco beat? 

"You feel it everywhere," she says with a twinkle. 

Her husband, Jack, who is also moving right along 
with his lessons. Is getting his lead part down to a fine 
art, she says. 



Thai's one reason she really likes disco. 
"The partners have to know what the other one is 
doing." 






Under, ami it's easy, when the flngertips give the 



Joy AUrcd has only been takin| Icaom for three weeks, 
but slie's a fast learner when JtcUe llcf!pmi of Vin^nia 
Beach Is the teacher. 



Smiles come fiat, once the heat gets to the 4aactn. 



Learning style Mids interest to disco. 



Iheie's no siKfi ttibig astwo left feet 



P h iippine dancer 
swings into dteco 



By Rhonda MUkr 
SUN Staff Writer 

One-two-three. One-two-threc. Roclc.Step. 

-Add some "IMsco Inferno" or "Staying' Alive" and 
the beat carries it. 

Gentlemen hold the ladies up at the shoulder blade. 
Giwher a push when it's time for the turn. 

The "Pretzel." Danco-s all twisted together, with 
rhythm. 

The "Basket" surrounds the lady and rocks her. 

"Anybody can learn disco dance," teacher Debbie 
Benson of Virginia Beach says to her class at the Indian 
River community center, "if they really want to." 

Those two left feet stories are a waste of words. 

"Women Hke to go out and dance," says Virginia 



Beach disco teacher and dance contest winner Jackie 
Bergara, of the Disco Dance Studio of Wayne Avenue 
in Great Bridge. 

"People don't like to go out for an evening and just 
drink." 

Dancers are touching each other these days. 
Sensitivity and concoitration, added to a bit of basic 
skill, can make anyone's evening out dancing a happy 
and invigorating expnience. 

In Virginia Beach, Disco is by far the most popular 
class at the Department of Parks and Recreation. 

Classes fill Instantly, says Janis Liposky, Adult 
Service Coordinator. 

"We regist»ed 300 pea^ in two hours." she says, 
instructors and two to three assistants. 



Young teenagers to senior citizens fill the classes for 
the new dance habit that appears to bind the generations 
together. 

Private studios abound in Virginia Beach, with 
private and group lesscms and a variety of prices. 

Among the studios ,are Dance World, Dance 
International, and The Hustle Factory. 

Disco fever in Virginia Beach. It's catching. 

For fall disco classes, registration will be separate 
from the other recreation courses, to simplify the 
process. 

The six week class costs $6 and registration is by 
couple, even though two people of the same sex may 
register to learn together. 

Classes a(xomodate SO people, with lessons by two 



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By Rhonda Miller 
SUN Staff Writer 



Philippine folk dancing isn't quite disco. 

Jamie Vibar enjoys both forms of the art of dance. 

As a member of the Philippine Folk Dance Company 
of Manila, he toured Europe and Asia, training for at ^ 
least an hour each day. 

Vibar now assists people in their travels at Asian 
Travel on Independence Blvd., and keeps up with his 
dancing. 

The Philippine dance company was well received at a 
recent performance at the Virginia Beach Dome. 

Vibar has been well-received on the disco floors of 
Virginia Beach, where he admits that the ladies do ask ; 
him to dance. 

It's all part of the pleasure of disco. 



Dear Dr. Disco... 



Editor's Note: Dr. Melvin Disa> eanwd his Ph.D. in 
Disco Theory at Travolta University in Brooklyn. He is 
the author of many articles on disco dandng and has 
done extensive research on the physiolc^cal and 
emotional effects of diso) musk on rats. He presently 
resides in Virginia Be»:h where he is working on a new 
book entitled "The Sodo-Economic Impact of CHsco 
C^ncing in Virginia B«u;h. 

Questions for Dr. Diso) should be addressed to: 
Virginia Beach SUN, 138 Rosemont RcMd, Virginia 
Beach, Va. 23456. 

Dear Dr. Disco, 

It all started with Saturday Night Fever! I dn^ my 
boyfriend by his shoukte^ ta^h hur to the dnemiito 
see Trovolta get down. Thrtwgh the whole picture I kept 
whinning to SidMy... 

"Sidney why can't you look Uke that, instead of 
MHnetlring that you find in a mop doseiV' 

"Sidney why can't you dnet Uke thtf? Staniing in 
oiw spot swinging your hair around un't what I CMiskta- 
dudi^" 

•*SMney how ccmt y<w iwver listen to disco mu»c? 
Johnny Pay Check isn't disco, Sidney!" 

"Sdney. Sidney . Sidi^ . , ' ' 

Wgll one w^ after I^Ani pow ^h^^ ^ (Mau • 
1 dMn't l^r frmn Mm. I tttMij^ it Md all e^d 
because of my mmm ^ iwttli^ him dmra. Wdl 
Am't y<Mi know jut a few ckiys later I fmiml SidnQP on 
my ^3mn^ ^Mm^ ami m Ms Trav(^ nut md 
evw had his ^^^, SI«»T. 

Hmmv tWs is my |vol^m...We mw the mom 



April 14 and ever »nce Sidney has become <ri>sessed with 
dancing EVERY night, seven days a week. Dr. IMsco, 
my feet can't take it much Icmger, their threatening a 
walk out now if I stuff them in a pair of heels one more 
night and allow strangers to stq> all ova- than. I love 
Sdney too mudi to tell him to go jump in a pond 
because my feet are po(^)ed. Help! 

^gned. 

Too tired to tap another toe 

Dear T(X) tired to t^>, 

' Take him to see ^'Heaven Can Wait." and nag abotu 
Wvroi Beatty. 



Dear Dr. Disco. 

My grandmother came up for a visit from Miami and 
, want^ to go disco dancing. 

We took her out to Bojan^ and she daiK^t half of 
the young mtn off the flow. 

I'm 0»i that she enjoyed totdf, but I'm getting 
tired of wswertng the tdqriione for her uul making 
OKuses to all those guys. 

How can 1 1^ them pt^tely that Granny just wanted 
A dapceand mMhing more? 

DoffAma^. 

Tdl thffii INH Cranny's gow to Miami to pick up' 
new set of fafc« teeth, but that every one of yours is m 
(v^nal. Then invite them over to practice dancing. 




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By Pam Vandeveer 
SUN News Editor 

How is the disco craze affecting what men wear? 

"Pec^ aie dressing up a lot nnore now," says 
David Chancy of Dan Ryan's mens' store at Hilltop. 

"You can't wear jeans to disco anynKNe. At some 
l^aMS ymi have to wear a a»t and tie." 

He says tteir ume carrks a lot of imported 
^mCTchandize directed toward the young nuin who 
'<<^goa to discotheqt^. 

"We Iwve a 1^ of demand for time cloth«," he 
ccmmi»ts. "Men are trying to outdo each other in 
their dmsing." 

"Ptopk are starting to sit home in front of the 
mirror ami pott ami (tarn before hitting the clubs, 
just like tiMy used to 4o in the '60's." 

Chan^ coiMdwies, "Mat's taste and buying habits 
are very mwA Uke women's now ~ if not worse." 





*What docs a 

Ctaui^ 

o^Ktlon 



pty wear to go disco dM^t AavM 
one poMlMNly from Dwi Rywi's 




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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2. IWt 5 



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doHs deUgftt In fashion 





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Robert Kragman's cotton grape dress teamed up with a 
gold medal bag catches any eye on or off the dance 
floor. 



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Pat Richards designs a 3 piece jersey ensemble. The skirt 
is a powder brown accompanied by a cream blouson 
and mint lace trimmed vest. 

By Julia Geiger 

Today's disco fashions have become more elaborate 
then the conventional bar room dress in the past. Loose 
flowing fashions layer the body for a stylish 
sophisticated look. 

LaVogue Hilltop carries a wide range of designer 
dresses that can be easily worn to swing about under the 
colorful neons. 



LaVogue's plum Jersey stove pipe leg pant topped wltk ■ 
matching cape blouson can be spiced up for formal wear 
as well. 



Phoi9% by Pam Vanthvr 



America stopped 
watching tehvlshn 



By RHONDA J. MILLER 
SUN Staff Writer 

(•»-■ 

Ain't no hangin' around the T.V. tube for Shelley 
Smith. She's out doing intricate versions of the swing or 
cha cha whenever she gets a chance. 

"America got tired of sitting around watching 
television," she figures, and she's glad to see it. 

"People in this country are getting more athletic, 
that's why disco dancing hit so big." 

Her home is Virginia Beach, but Ms. Smith loves 
transferring her dancing energy to her disco students at 
the Indian River and Portlock community centers in 
Chesapeake. 




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liitfnwy,.. 



Smith of Virginia Beach teaches disco at the 
Indtaa River Community Center. She works on 
lOBstrating a step with Vliiinla Boich dance student 
larkMltry. 



Disco experience 
holds surprises 



. By Julia Geiger 

"Doyouhu.stle?" 

"How dare you," the girl wailed as she let the palm 
of her hand graze across the smooth clean shaven face. 

It was obvious that this was the girl's first experience 
with a disco. 

I felt rather sorry for her, remembering my first 

experience. I'm the sort of person who likes to keep 
abreast of things, and since disco's are the latest, I 
found myself caught in the whirl wind. 

The first time I went to a dbco was in Washington, 
D.C. The music was flowing like blood thru veins. 
Having a few schnapps under my belt I was ready for 
whatever lurked under the dance spots. 

A face appeared from behind a drained beer glass, 
which was still positional at the mouth. "Wanna 
dance?" 

I accepted and we headed for the plexiglass platform, 
i had no sooner gottoi my feet planted when I was 
thrust into a spin that i felt sure would leave a hole 
beneath my heel. I could have passed for the Ajax 
white tornado had I been in sonMOoe's kitchen at the 
time. This guy was obsessed with keeping me in a spin 
while he stayed busy with his unattended cigerette, 
leiiuig the smoke drift up his nostrils. 

Everytime i thought 1 had him in focus he would start 
blending in with two hundred other heads. Finally, I 
broke the hold and spun into a table leaving overturned 
brandy sniffers, stained table cloth and two screaming 
women leaping from their chairs. 

I found another partner, one who had just walked in. 
His specialty was trickery with the arms. Over, under, 
behind, around, left, right, over, under... By the end of 
the little display, we (»uld have iMssed fw smneone's 
discarded Christmas bow from a mutilated iNurkage. 

There s^med to be more to this than anticipated. I 
enrolled in a dance class tndiing the latest steps in 
diM». This first tesson lasted only five minuta due to 
the fact my instructor spent thrM minutes out of the five 
face down on the wax«] floor. His suggestion was for 
me to give up dancing and go into wrestling. 

I tried three different stiMli<» and all s«d the same 
thing, my feet were made fw wnrint K>cks and nothing 
more. 

But nevertheless Vm the one who doesn't give up as 
easily as my jmrtno's. I pursuol dancing in the discos 
and to this day I'm aill wf^ing to pay off my 
chiropractor. 

I still haven't figured out why th^ all it ilisco, the 
correct spelling should be disc<<k). 




Teaching rtiythm Is 
a disco challenge 



By RHONDA MILLER 
SUN Staff Writer 

About twice a week, Debbie Benson gets the fever. 

She'll slip in to a flow-y, flower-y dress and head out 
for a disco club. 

She's a Virginia Beach dancer whose favorite fever 
spot is the White Heron. 

Teaching disco dancing is a pleasure for her cause she 
gets to do what she likes best . 

"Teaching rhythm is the hardest thing," she's fmindr 
after about a year of teaching. 

Luckily, most people get right into the disco rhythm 
simply through body language. 

She's taken a few lessons herself, but picks up most of 
her new steps from watching other people dance. 

Carried away with the disco fever herself, Ms. Benson 
figures most people first caught it from the movie 
"Saturday Night Fever." , 

The fever's got to some of her old friends who just 
seem to pop up from time to time, asking her to show 
'em how it's done. 

Disco's day has come, and she's moving with it. 



Debbie Benson of Virginia Bfach works out a new step 
with Virginia Beach studenf Ricky Rogers. 



PkUnghlts 



Continued from p. 1 

feeling for what songs make people want 

to dance." 

Mitchell says he likes to play a variety. 
"I don't like to play straight disco, as 
people think of it. You get tired of the 
same monotonous b «t after awhile. 

MIMtell predicts disco Is 
here to stay for another Hve 
or^yem*. 

"Disco's become so popular that 
'Billboard Magazine* has a separate disco 
chart now. I pick songs to play from that 
and from the 'Top 40' chart. 

"I al»} go by my gut reaction to a 



song," he says. "I isually know wh«i a 
new song will become a hit." 

He recall^ two gold records. "First 
Time Ever I Saw Your Face" and 
"Trogolodite." "I was the first DJ in the 
country to play those r«:ords on the air," 
he says. 'U can usually pick music pretty 
well." 

Mitchell says that sometimes he will be 
playing a song at a club and people will 
come up and yell, "Play disco!" 

"I just put on a hit record that fits their 
definition of disco and then they're 
happy. As long as they have fun - that's 
what it's all about anyway." 




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By RHONDA J. MILLER 

SUN Staff Writer 

Marie Landis sells pre-cut homes. 

When she's not travelling arouqd the state, she's 
stirring up fever on the disco floor. 

Hex home is Sherry Parle, Virginia Beach, but she's at 
home anywhere she dances. 

She met Jackie Bergara of Virginia Beach one day. 



TwM always |ct the spectalon li^csted, c^ccMly 
wboi Jackie aad Mwie cater a daacc coHtest. 



when she wanted to learn some new dance steps and a 
friend recommoided him for a few lessons. 

9w found hCTself dancing all around Ti<tewater, 
hdping to teach classes and entoing disco contests. 

ShestUl sells pre^ut homes, but she's also part owner 
of the Disco Dance Studio. 

"I reaUy don't get to dance much while I'm 
travelling," she says, but friends say that they see her 
getting her dancing in when she gets home. 



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Continued from p.l 

^stiff," he says with a shrug, as if the 

mere thought were uncomfortable. 

"You've got to be loose and limber 
when you dance." 

The competition is getting stiff in 
local disco clubs, but to J«;kie, it's all 
in good fun. 

"Nobody wants to be shown up," he 
says, and some men wmi't ask a lady to 
dance if. he thinks he's not a good 
enough dantxr. The same goes for 



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Jackie's skill has cleared the dance 
floor several times. 

"People don't usually give you the 
floor," he says. 

With his partner, Marie Landis, 
though, it's happened more than once. 

On Friday or Saturday night at the 
club, or on Wednesday aftanoon at 
his Disco Dance Studio in Oiesapeake, 
Jackie Bergara really rocks it. 



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fjreas to speak at conference 



Internationally known artist and Uliutntor, I^nk 
Kelly Freas, ten-time winner of the Hugo Award for 
Sdeace Fiction illustration, will ktyntM the PoeekUa 
Institute second annual membership confereiMx on 
Saturday, August 12, at 10:30 a.m. with a lecture 
entiflfed "The Use of Illusion in Art." The Saturday 
portion of the conference wiU be held at the Virginia 
Beach Recreation Center, 800 Monmouth Lane. 

Poseidia Institute, formally known as the 
Association for Documentation and Enlightenmoit^ 
is a research organization damned to bring tc^etlm 
Scientists, Medical Professionals, Counselors, 
Educators and Psychics in order to d^vo- the best 
possible methods for healing and growth. 

Freas is one of four lecturers in the Saturday 
session of the conference which also indudes an 
opening talk by Poseidia Executive Directors, Jean 
CampbeU; "New Approaches to Schizophrenia." at 
1:30 p.m. by Psychologist and Director of the PI 
Counselong Center, Lore Aloro; and "Education 
and the Family." at 7:30 p.m. by educator Martha 
"Petey" Cermele. 

The Saturday session will also include t two-hour 
section of workshops from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. 
Workshops offered include: "The Ecology of 
Consciousness," by Psychic Ellen Andrews; 



"Working Through An Addiction," by D>unselor 
Rodney Mason; "How to Build PI in Your Am," 
by Monbo-ship Chairman Bradley Bectmi; "Dreams 
and Drnming." by Jean Campbell; "Astrol*^," by 
Astrologer Mike Shoemaker; and "Trace Minerals 
and Nutrition," by Elmer Cranton, M.D. 

"Two Approaches To The Trance Experience," 
will be the subject for a l«:ture and demonstration at 
the Sunday morning session of the Conference held 
at 10 am. at the Aquarian Age Yoga Center on 14th 
Street in Virginia Beach. Psychics Ellen Andrews and 
Ridiard Horwege will lecture, comparing their 
different approaches to trance channeling. 

Hnal events of the conference weekend will include 
a picnic at the city park between 23rd Street and Old 
Virginia Beach Boulevard and the regularly 
scheduled Board of l^irectors quarterly meeting held 
at 7:30 p.m. at the PI office. 

The conference opens on Friday with r^stration 
and an open house at the Poseidia Institute office at 
500 A Birdneck Road. The Saturday session of the 
conference is open to the public. Conference 
Titration is $10 per day or $13 single adult 
registration for the entire confo-ence, $25 for a 
couple of family. 



'The Matchmaker' scheduled 
for rec center theatre 



"Matchouker,"the delightftd farce by Tbortmi Wildv. win 
l» performed at the Vii^iiiia Beach RecreatiOQ Center by the 
ludar and senior students of the drama workdKqi. 

The Virginia Beach Parks and Recreation Dqwrtme^'s 
Pcrfcmnin Arts Unit is sponsoring the production, which wlU 
open August 4 at Sp.m.witii two additional perfomanoes, 
August 3 at 8p.m. and a 3p.m. family mttinae Angiut 6. 

Henry deSheilds is the director of the produ^ioB, dw sets 
aic dedpied by Trip March, cotmme dea^acr ta VttB 
MacAurtiiur, ligting is by George Topper wad ««^«H' 
director is will simonson. 

This is the second year for the dmna workdiop. The 
Mfitmt aaxm, who range in the age fromlO to 17, leoaive 
wcosive study in acting technique, modem duoa. dioni*, 
■fane, make-up, voice and diction, interpretatk», dieatre 
Metwy, stage management, stage craft and piqipetry. 



Fire truck visits library 

On Thursday, August 10, at 10:30 a.m. the 
Bayside branch of the Virginia Beach public library 
wttl have a visit from the local fire dq)artment for 
(hildren ages eight to 12. 

At this time members of the Davis Comer Rre 
Dqwrtment will be present at the library with a fire 
oigine and will explain about the engine and fire- 
fitting to the children present. 

There is no fee or registration required for this 
program. 

For further information contact Dana Jones at the 
library at 464-9280. 



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Ihie year's production, "The Metrhmalffr,"ijvei die 
young snideoU an on)ortunity to qifdydw techniques and 
mediods they have studied and perfect thdr takots. 

Ial938, the first production of this |^y opened oh 
Broadway under the title ofThe Mochant of Yoidcers." 
Torton Wilder rewrote this farce in four acts fnr the American 
offering at die 1934 Edhibuigh Festival, which was dhected by 
the htte Sir Tyrone Ourthrie. This same production opmti at 
the Theatre Royid Haymarket m London and (m die fidlowfaig 
Octdwr 27, 19SS, t^ated at the Locust StntL Theatre hi 
PUkddphia. 

Later hi the year, diis same producticm qMoed cm 
Broidway starring Rutii Gordon as "Dolly." One of the 
hmgert rumung Broadway musicals, "Hdlo TMiy," was 
adapted fmn this great American dassk;. 

An seats are^ficee and no reservations are requhed. For 
information, ^01 499;i2M r ^ „:^ 



Clowns honored 



August 1st through 7th is 
National Ctown Wedc. Dur- 
faig this wedc hmor the 
domtt of yestoday and to- 
day niio put imiks on our 
faces. 

Read about the famous 
downs and thdr spedalworld 



at die Vhgmia Beach public 
Ubrary. Ffaid out all ab<mt 
clown costumes and how to 
be a down. 

So come by thditeary and 
clown anmad awhile during 
National Clown Week. 



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Charles C. Hale, Sr. aad Staff 

PlasBtr Anwrican 

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Haynes Furniturt Company 

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VWC orchestra workshop 
schedulespuMk concerts 



Four pyblic concerts are schedulnl during the week 
of August 13 by the Virginia Wesleyan Collie 
Orchestra Workshop. 

Dr. R, David CUyton, associate professor of 
music at Virginia Wesleyan and workshop 
coordinator, has also appointed puercussionist 
Donald Bick of Richmond as the seventh workshop 
faculty member. Russell Stan^r serves as music 
director and guest conductor. 

The concerts will all be held in the main reading 
room of Hofheimer Library according to the 
following schedule: 

Monday, August 14, 8:30 p.m. Norfolk State 
College String Quartet; 

Thursday, August 17, 8:30 p.m. Orchestra 



Workshop Faculty; 

Saturday, August 19, 4 p.m. Chamb«^ Ensemble; 

Saturday, August 19, 7:30 p.m. Full Orchestra. 

Bick holds a bachelor of music dtgne from the 
Eastman School of Music and a master of music 
degree from the University of Maryland. 

He is vice-president of the Virginia Percussive Arts 
Society and a member of the Richmond Symphony 
Orchestra and Richmond Sinfonia. 

Since 1974, he has been an assistant professor of 
music at Virginia Commonwealth University and is 
serving as an adjunct instructor of percussion at the 
University of Richmond and Virginia Union 
University. 



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English morality play 
at Beach recreation center 



"Everyman" will be presented by the New 
Playmakers Company at the Virginia Beach 
Recreation Center Theatre August 23 through the 
2fth at 8 p.m. and August 27 at 3 p.m. The 
pibduction will feature an original musical score by 
Fred Strong and David Russell. 

"Everyman" is the most famous of all the English 
morality plays and is a good example of the dramatic 
forms which led to the great Elizabethan theatre. A 
morality play is a dramatic allegorization of a moral 
„or religious concept. 

"Everyman" is a version of the struggle between 
good and evil for man's soul on its perilous journey 
from life to death. Death's challenge at the play's 



opening becomes a mrans to salvation. The scene is 
the human soul and its time is the timeless moment 
when Everyman's guilty conscience confronts death. 
The speech of the play is a rough homespun verse 
which contributes to the mood of naive earnestness. 

Designer George Topper has created a multi- 
leveled set, which serves as a medieval marketplace, 
as well as the interior of Everyman's mind. The 
production is directed by Kathleen Lockwood, 
costumed by Peggy MacArthur, and lighting is by 
Tom Magee. 

The production is free, but reservations are 
necessary and may be made by calling 499-1283, 
beginning August 14. 



Library oiiserves iiirthday 



One of Enghmd's greatest poeu was bom on 
August 6, 1809. It mu Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 
Appointed poet laureate of Enghwd in Novonber^ 
18S0. Tennyson wrote many famous works inelmMiig 
die "Idylls of the Kmg" and "The Chaige of die 
Lif^t Brigade." 

Tennyson had a long, productive career and 
redeved many honors from the &iglish people. He 
was buried in Westnunister Abbey after an elaborate 
funeral m 1892. \ 

The Virginia Beach library can give yoV a look at 
Tennyson, his life and works. Come by and check him 
out. 




THE HARVEST 



Ail Ihe garden's in the panlr> . . . Just the 
stubble's in the field . . . Jars of jewels by busy 
housewife . . . holding many winter meals. 

Tomatoes - red as maiden's lips . . . stare at 
sauerkraut . . . Baby limas, crowded, wailing . . . 
\^ rinkled peppers, looking out. 
Filmy dill spreads out to co\er . . . naked pickin, 
blushing green . . . Carrots standing up like 
soldiers . . . next to fraternizing bean. 
Those who toiltNl respect this hardest . . . they 
and nature helped to grow . . . and remember 
hours of labor . . . spent abo%e demanding hoe. 

Fertile Iwid. like other blessings . . . given to the 
Itreai and small ... if unused, reverts to tangle . . . 
quite impasMble to all. 

Those who seed their lives with kindness . . . 
often gather harvests great . . . and Ihey feel a 
deep compassion ... for the ones who planted 
late. 

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Sigafoos 



r Nnry Soma CkiriesS.IiciU».ivkoie wife, Jottutt, it the 

dughicr of KaMd wd Myn L. Wttm of 1001 Pine Forest 

Conn. VhiiBii BeMli. reoeatly deputed for an extended 

deptoimat in tke MadHenuMB Seiu 

,. He is nripwd to tiK IHpte USS PitterMm. iMxneported in 

^Jlmwft. FlL, and opeittiiif M ■ unit of tlie U.S. Sixth Fleet. 

Missions of the Sixth Fleet Me to protect U.S. dtiiais, 

thipinig end fattercsts fai the IMeditemneen: to deter 

ite " * """ Maint oar Westeni Kiropeu aJBes by miintain- 

mg mcMk itriUiii fofces; to promote peace and stabiUty in 

the MeMcnaneaa area and to create toodwin for the United 
Stttcs. 

, Dnriat Uk cniiie, Patterson it sdieduled to participate in 
ttaiidni oercitei with other Sixth Fleet units aiul those of 
dlied oatioitt. Port visto are scfaedided in several Mediter- 
lanean coattal dtiei, 
Hdttm JMnedthe Navy in Uxf 1976. 



Quiet WilUam E. Sigafoos Jr. of Virgiiiia Beach, recantly 
comirieted six wedct of training in ftindamental military akiiu 
at the Anqr RCTTC batic camp at Fmi Knox, Ky. 

The iMsic camp it designed to give junior c(ril^ gra^tes 
and oidl^ siq^iomores who have not talcen ROTC coones 
tlw chance to eitter the program. The camp also qoalifics Ugh 
school graudutet for the ROTC program at any one of the 
natitm't six military junior cdleges. 

During the encampment, cadets received training in basic 
rifle marksmanship, military drill and cerenumies, am- 
munlcations and imUvidual and small unit tactics. 

Sgafoos it a ttudot at Old Dominion University, Norfolk. 

He ami hit wife, Sierry, live at 4403 Bowden Ave. 



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Williams 



Fleming 



Navy Electnmics Tedhnidan TUid Oats Anderson J 
WiOiamt IH, son of Dr. A.J. WiUamt Jr. of 416 Old Forge 
Court, Virginia Beach, recently departed for an extended 
deploynMnt in the Mediterranean Sea. 
^He it atdgned to the nuclear-powered attadc sutanarine 
^SS Shark, homeported in Oroton. Conn., and operatingfat a 
mit of the U.S. Sixth Fleet. -•—«». 

Mitdcms of the Sxth Fleet are to protect U.S. dtiznu 
M>f>fng and faitereett in the Mediterranean; to deter 
4)igresiion againtt our Wettem Pacific alliet by maintaining 
j ybilertrU dng fMoet; to pmiKMe peace and stability m the 
Medbaraueaa area and to oeate goodwill for the United 
Uttet. 

~ Dmtag the eruiae. Shark will operate f^om U Maddalena. 
Sardinia, ttid iidO partic^Ntte fai vwious training exercises with 
aher Sixth Fleet oaitt and those allied nations. Fort vititt are 
idiecNed m several Meditoranean coastal dtics. 

A 1970 graAwieof Floyd E. KeOam High School, Williamt 

— 'the Navy in AovMt 1972. 



Paul V. Fleming U, soa of Lieutenant Colonel darks A. 
and Kathym M. Fleming of 6031 Clear Springs Road, ^i^a 
Beach, is attending a Naval career orientation and training 
program. 

He is a midshi]nnan in the Navd Reserve Officer Trafaiing 
Corps (NROTQ Unit at Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Ga. 

The summer program consists of one week of aviation 
indoctrination at Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Tex., 
followed by two wedcs in San Diego for briefings on 
submarine and surfue diip career opportunities. Introduction 
to Marine Corps leadership, tactics and amphibious tralnfaig is 
conduced at Camp Poidleton, Calif. 

NROTC midshiimien study naval sdence subjects and 
perform military drills almig with their college studies. Those 
successfully completing four years of NROTC partidpition 
are commissioned at reserve officers in the Navy or Marine 
Corps upon graduation. 



Navy Lieutenant Commander William A. 
Shumadine, whcse wife, Judy, is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. E. C. HaUtead of 1009 Neptune Ave., 
Virginia Beach, was graduated from the Naval War 
College. 

The Naval War College at Newport^ R.I., the 
oldest educationai institute of its type in the world, 
presents graduate levd courses for selected (senior) 
military officen and top level government exwutives. 

During the lO-nuinth courw. Shumadine studied 
the elements of strategy and policy, defense 
economics and (tecisionmaking, and the effective 
employment of naval forces. The curriculum 
included seminars, lectures and individual research 
projects and served to prepare students for 
assignment to the highest level command and 
managemoit positions. 

A 1962 graduate of Princess Anne High School, 
and a 1966 graduate of Old Dominion University, 
Norfolk, with a Badieior of Arts degree, he joined 
the Navy in October 1963. 



Marine Lance Corporal Larry L. Detlefsen, son of 
Joe L. and Wanda J. Yount of 5068C Gunter St., 
Virginia Beach, recently participated in exercise 
"Varsity Cleanex" off the Southern California 
cx>ast. 

He is assigned to the 1st Battalion, Eleventh 
Marines, based at Camp Pendleton, Calif. 

More than 17.000 Navy and Marine Corps 
personnel participated in the 1 1-day exercise which 
included 24 ships and approximately 250 aircraft. 
"Varsity Cleanex" was designed to provide essential 
Navy and Marine Corps joint training in amphibious 
operations and culminated with an amphibious 
assault at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, 
Calif. 



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- tesil F. Gray III, son of Commander and Mrs. Basil F. 
JJray Jr. of 5541 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, is 
"pending a naval career (mentation and training program. 
^ He is a midshiimun in the Naval Reserve Officer Training 
Corps (NROTQ unit at Jacksonville University, Virginia 
Beadi. 

The summer ivogram hidudes <Mie week of aviation 
indoctrinatimi at Naval Air ^adon, Cmpus ^risti, Tex., 
followed by two weeks hi San Di^o for briefings on 
submarine and surface ship cveer (q>portunities. Introduction 

to Ktarine Corps leadcrdup. tactics and amphibious trainmg is 
conducted at Cuip ^ndJctOB, C^Af . 

NROTC midshipmen ttady naval tfienoe subjects and 

perfoim military drills aka^ with thdr colkge Mudies. 

Those suGcessfulfy conqriedng four years of NROTC 

partic^>atioo tte o(»unitfloned at Kterve officen hi die Navy 
or-'Kfarine Coipt apoa graduatioa. 

'Onqr B a 1976 graduate of Kenqxville Hi^ Schod. 



William H. Duxbury. son of Richard B. and Susan C. 
Duxbury of 628 Cardamon Drive. Virginia Beach, is 
undergoing sununer training in the South China Sea. 

A midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, 
M., he has been assigned this sunin.ei to the guided missile 
cruiser USS Tnutun, homeported in San Di^o. 

During the three-week training cruise, midshipmen recdve 
instruction on shiphandling. navigation, seamship. com- 
munications, damage control and gunnery. In addition to 
formal instruction, they gain practical experience by standing 
watches as r^ular monbers of the ship's crew. Port vittts will 
be ma&b fai Hong Kong and the Republic of the Philippines. 

Duxbury is a 1975 graduate of Kempsvills High School. 



Wafter F. Bmkowaki Jr.. son of Walter F. and Juet A. 
Bankowsid of 3121 Bdii«bur^ Drive, Viigfada Beadi, is 
attmding a Naval career orientati(m and tialning program. 

He it a mldthi|»iatt hi the Naval Reserve Officer Tndning 
Corps (NROTQ Unit at the University of Notre Dame. Notre 
Dame, Ind. 

The summer program oonsitto of one week of aviation 
imtoctrinaticm at Naval Afr Station, Conws Oiritti, Tex., 
followed by two wedn m San Diego fw briefings on 
submwme and surface ship career opportunities. Inti-oduction 
to Mariiw Cwps leaderthqi, tactics and amphibious training is 
conduced at C^mp PencUAim, Calif. .i 

NROTC nddshipoMn study naval sdence subjects and 
perform military drills along with thdr college st dies Thost 
successfully completing four years of NROTC ar: pation 
are commiisbned at reserve officers m the Navy or Marine 
Corps upon paduioiott. 

BankowsU it a 1976 graduate of First Colon .J High 
School. 



Navy Lieutoiant David J. Curran Jr., son of Donald J. and 
Jeanne Curran of 613 WooUake Road, Virginia Beach, was 
awuded tiie Navy Commradation Medal. 

He was dted for meritorious service from Fd>ruary to April 
1978, aboard the tank bmding ship USS LaMoure County, 
homeported at Littie Creek Naval Amphibious Base. Norfolk, 
Va. During that period. Lt. Cumm saved as the operations 
offico-. 

An exti-act from his dtation notes: "During this period. 
LaMoure County was engaged in operations in the Atiantic 
Ocean and Norwegian Sea. Lt. Curran distinguished hunself 
through extensive training of his personnel and preparation of 
his equipment priw to die operation, through dired liaiscm 
and coordination with several intelligence oiganizatioot. His 
meticulous preparation, duvction. supervision and execution 
of this operation were unparalleled in the collection, 
distribution and analysis of spedal intdligencc. 

A 1970 graduate of die University of Wisconsin, Madison, 
Wis., with a Ba' elor of Arts degree, Curran joined the Navy 
in June 1970 



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Spec. 4 Dougfatt G. Dulke. ton of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester 
M. Dulke, 3733 Harton Road. ^%ginia Beach, recently 
caiqjieted a prfanary noncommlaioned officw course here. 

TIk course offivs increased career educational oppor- 
tunitiet while ixeparing the student for leadership duty. 

Didke entered die ^rmy hi November 1976. He att^ded 
Old Dommion Umversity, Norfolk. 



virm«., . . ic V. . Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. 
Reynolds of 4504 Kelley Court, Vu-ginia Beach, has completed 
Ai Force iaiu trainiig at Lackland AFB. Tex. 

During t'le intensive six weeks of training, the airman 
earned the i mor graduate ribbon for academic and military 
excellence . ompletion of this trauiing >. irned Uie mdividual 
credits to- . ^ ; i date in applied sci'-nce degree through 
the Comm"mt C ''• e of the Air pArcc 

Airmar '.ev^olc nil now receive :: ^sajLied training in the 
inf matjon fie -" >rt Benj; - in l' r ^n, Ind. 

i e..i.Tan, : '?-i:i;- '" St. .i:'^vph'sHigi!School, 
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Rklnid A. Adams, son of retired Commando- F.I. and 
Mrs. E.H. Adams of 4725 Newgate Court, Virsima Beach, it 
atten d m g a Navd career oriaitati(m and trafaung prc^ram. 

He is a mwfahipn w n in die Naval Resove Officer Training 
Corpt (NROTQ Chiit at die Umversity of Florida, 
GaniesvUk, Fla. 

The summer {vopam consitts of <me wedc of aviation 

. u^pariaatfon at Nn«l Air Statkm, Cc^nn Christi, Tex.. 

flowed by two wttki 'm San Di^o for Inrkflngs on 

submarine and nvfaoe thqi career oRiortunitiet. Intirodudion 

to Mvuie Coipt kidenriiip. tactics and an^Arimt trahimg is 
condnoed at Quap Peadkton. CaUf . 

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Isolation l8 no drawback for Beach Navy couple in Cuba 



By Jerry Babb 



Cuba, offers most 
of Virginia Beach 



Life in Guantanamo Bay, 
sumiiMr pleasure Paul On- 
enjoyed while living at home. 

But swimming, fishing, diving uid shell collecting 
are year-round Idsures for himthese days. 

Orr, the 22-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard 
P. Onr of 1537 Indian River Rd., Virginia Beach, is 
on a two-year assignment with the Navy at 
Guantanam(|Bi^...the only U.S. military base on 
Communist i>il. 

"It's a small command... beautiful climate with a 
large selection of off-duty activities," noted Orr, a 
hospital corpsman second class who has served here 
since last March. "Families are able to save a great 
deal of money here because there's so little to spend it 
on." 

His wife, the former Karen Andrews of Perkasie, 
Pa.^ is also a hospital corpsman swond class serving 
at the base hospital in Guantanamo Bay. He is the 
senior corpsman assigned to work in the hospital 
wards, and she works in the facility's patient affairs 
office. 

The United Sutes leased the Guantanamo Bay site 
- 43 square miles of prc^ialy eadoaed 1^ water, 17 
mil^ of fence and an acdvt land minefield - from 
Cuba in 1903. In 1934, the treaty was ren^otiated 
giving the U.S. a perpetual lease which can only be 
voided by abandoning the area, or my mutual 
agreement between the U.S. and Cuban 
governments. 

Although small and compact in its own right, this 
naval base on the shores of the Caribbean Sea serves 
as headquarters for men and women engaged in a 
massive training program designed to hone the skills 
of crewmen serving aboard warships of the U.S. 
Atlantic Fleet. 

Nearly 100 ships a year complete the rugged 
training program under the watchful eyes of Navy 
Fleet Training Group instructors from Guantanamo 
Bay. Their training operations are conducted in a 
14,000-square-mile ocean area south of here and 
include such shipboard functions as navigation, 
gunnery, damage control and general seamanship. 

"My wife and I were able to get orders for a 



twenty-four month tour here," explained Navyman 
Orr, a 1974 graduate of Norview High School, 
Norfolk. "After a tour of duty aboard ship, I was 
certainly looking forward to duty here with my 
wife." 

He previously served with Fighter Squadron 32 at 
the Oceana Naval Air Station, a unit that operated 
from the aircraft carrier USS John f . Kennedy. 

Duty in this community of some 6,200 military and 
civilians - including wives and children - does have its 
faults, according to Petty Officer Orr who has served 
with the sea service since July, 1 974. 

"Small numbers of staff cause us some long 
working hours here at the hospital, and it's the same 
at some of the other base commands," he said. 

While Guantanamo Bay may not offer every day- 
to-day necessity or luxury of life the Orrs enjoyed 
while living back in the United States, they're not 
living in total isolation. 

Guantanamo is self-supporting and has. been since 
1964 when the Castro government cut off the water 
and electricity supplied by Cuba. A seawater 
conversion plant, capable of producing 2.3 million 
gallons of fresh water daily, also provides 23,000 
kilowatts of electrical power. 

The base has a modern, fully-equipped hospital, 
dental services, a color television station, AM and 
FM radio stations, a bowling center, several free 
movies daily, restaurants, one commissary 
(supermarket) and two base exchanges (retail stores). 

For the more active individuals, there's year-round 
horseback riding, golf, swimming, tennis, football, 
baseball, basketball and fishing. 

"I ride my ten-speed bike, do some snorkeling, 
collect shells and do some photography" said Orr of 
his off-duty hours which must be spent within the 
confines of the base. People serving there are not 
permitted to cross into Communist Cuba. 

Rest and relaxation (R&R) flights are available to 
base residents who might like to 'spend a weekend in 
Jamaica, Puerto Rico or Haiti. Passengers are 
charged a nominal fee for these flights to cover fuel 
and maintenance expenses for the aircraft 

"I haven't taken an R & R trip yet," he concluded. 
"1 would like to visit Jamaica and Puerto Rico to do 
some sightseeing." 



Photos b> 
Gary Miller 




Navy Hospital Corpsman Paul Orr treats a patient at 
tile U^. Navai Hospital, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 




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Paul and Karen Orr get in some diving time during 
their off-duty hours in Cuba. 



The urge to preserve bodies from the ravages of 
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been going strong since about 2500 B.C. From the 
ancient rulers of Egypt to Lenin and Mao Tse- 
tung, various embalming substances have been 
used, including honey, brandy, myrrh and aloe. 




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nia Beach Pubi 




OF In re: Adoption of 
Christina Marie Long 



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By: Danny Ray Kinley & 
Margaret Marie Long 
Kinley 
Petitioners 



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To; James Long 

1 17 Cambridge Drive 

Hicksviile, NY 11801 

ORDER 

This day came Danny 
Ray Kinley and Margaret 
Marie Long Kinley, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant Christina 
Marie Long, by Danny 
Ray Kinley and Margaret 
Marie Long Kinley. 
husband and wife, and af- 
iidavit having been made 
and filed that James 
i.uiig, a natural parent of 
said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
117 Cambridge Drive, 
Hicksviile, New York 
11801. 

It is therefore Ordered 
thai the said James Long 
appear before this Court 
on or before the 21st day 
of August, 1978 and in- 
dicate his attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 

A copy Teste: John V. 
r entress, Clerk. 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

J. Brian Donnelly, p.q. 
P.O. Box 981 
3104 Arctic Avenue 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

:345J 

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VBS 7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2 



jnay direct. 

A Copy-Twtc: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk. 

I ask for this: 

GaryP. Arsenault.p.q. 

Grey, Nielsen, Grey & 

Arsenault 

160 Newtown Road, Suite 

215 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 

VBS7/12, 7/19, 7/26. 8/2 
Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
10th day of July, 1978. 

In re: Adoption of 
Shawnee Lynn Skulley, an 
infant, under the age of 14 
years, to be known as 
Shawnee Lynn Hill 

By: James Edward 'Hill 
and Lddith Ann Hill, 
Pel ii loners 

To: Leonard Bruce 
Skulley • 

806 Maddox Loop 
Belen, New Mexico 
87042 

ORDER 



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VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 7th DAY OF July, 
1978. 

John T. Marshall, 
Plaintiff, 

vs. 

William R. Kershlis, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



This day came James 
Edward Hill and Eddith 
Ann Hill, Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef 
feet the adoption of the 
above named infant. 
Shawnee Lynn Skulley, by 
James Edward Hill and 
Eddith Ann Hill, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Leonard Bruce 
Skulley, «"fikiurafi'fel^ 
of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
806 Maddox Loop, Belen, 
New Mexico 87042. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Leonard 
Bruce Skulley appear 
before this Court on or 
before the 30th day of 
August, 1978, and in- 
dicate his attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 



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The object of this suit is 
to have the Court, pur- 
suant to Virginia Statute 
55-66.5, order the Clerk to 
mark satisfied a Deed of 
Trust recorded in the 
Clerk's office of the City 
'^t Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, in Deed Book 
921, at Page 486. The 
Deed of Trust secures a 
note in the amount of 
55,200.00, payable to 
William R. Kershlis. Since 
ihe plaintiff has paid the 
note in full, Ije is asking 
the Court to order the 
Clerk to mark the Deed of 
Trfjst satisfied in order 
that the encumbrance may 
be released. 

And, it appearing, by 
affidavit filed according 
to law, that William R. 
Kershlis, the above-named 
defendant, is not a 
resident of this state, it is 
therefore ORDERED that 
the said William R. Ker- 
shlis do appear on or 
before Wednesday, Sep- 
tember 20, 1978, and do 
*"" mav be necessary to 
protect his interest.,. 

And it is further OR- 
DERED that this order be 
published once a week for 
four (4) successive weeks 
in the newspaper 
prescribe by the Court, 
or if none be so 
prescrib«i. as the Clerk 



A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk 

Robert Bennett, p.q. 
P.O. Box 822 
VirginiaBeach,Va. 23451 

VBS 7/19, 7/26. 8/2. 8/9 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 13th day of July. 
1978. 

In re: Adoption of Mark 
James Main 

By: Josephine Marine 
Hanson Main Madison 
and Herbert Forbes 
Madison 
Petitioners. 

To: James Melvin Main 
Pueblo, Colorado 

This day came 
Josephine Marie Hanson 
Main Madison and 
Herbert Forbes Madison, 
Petitioners, ^nd 

represented that the object 
of this proc^ing is to 
effwrt the adoption of the 
above named infant. 
Mark James Main, by 
J<»ephine Marie Hanson 
Main Madison and 



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against 

Floyd Benjamin Grotey, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa eth thoro to be later 
merged into a decree of 
divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of cruelty/or 
actual constructive 
desertion as of the 17th 
day of December, 1977. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
AN Floy^d Benjamin 
Grotey, VA75-U.S.S. 
Saratoga CV60, F.P.O. 
New York. 09501. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 4th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what mav be n» -cssary to 
protect his intcicsf in this 
suit. 

A copy-Tesie: John V 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clerk - 

Rogers Fraley. p.q. 

121 West Balview Avenuel 

Norfolk, VA ?.3503 

VBS 7/ 19,-/26. 8/2. 8/9 



Leibet Obst Tuttle, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been 
made and fil«l that Jack 
Carosn Barker, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office addren 
being: P.O. Box 441. 
Kemah, Texas 77565. It it 
therefore orders that the 
said Jack Carson Barko- 
appear on or before the 
4th day of September, 
1978 and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: John V 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Glenn R. Croshaw, 

Esquire 

Crowshaw, Finchem A 

Williams 

Suite 311, 160 Newtown 

Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

VBS 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9 



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A copy-nut: 10$ Y^"^' 
Poitren '■'^. 

By: Patti A. KMUMMi, 
Deimtydark. 

Richard 0.irjrt||i,wi.v 

Virginia B«wli. V4 
23451 

VBS 7/19. 7/ai, l/l. t<^ 

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PUBLICATION 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



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In tfre CJerk's Office of 
the Ciicuii Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA. on the 13th day of 
July, 1978. 

Cynthia Ann (Price) 

Burns, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Memphis Burns, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo niariimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation pursuant to 
Sec. 20-91 (9Ka) Code of 
Virginia. 1950, as 
amended. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
3117 Enright Street, 
Toledo, Ohio. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 4th of 
September, I97S, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va., on the 14th day of 
July, 1978. 

Nancy M. Cain, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Clarence P. Cain, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
as of September 19, 1977. 
And an affidavit haying 
been madt? and ^wl Saf''^ 
the daftlntenl^W^ JpP 
resident of tHfc'&atc ot 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
c/o Cleveland State 
University, Cleveland, 
Ohio, or 2870 Ludlow 
Road, Cleveland, Ohio 
44120. It is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
4th of September, 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 



In the Clerk*! Offlw cT 
the Circuit Com 9t M 
aty of Viritailg iMl. 
VA.. on the IMi d^ ^ 
July, 1578.. 

Patricia A. NMMHitli, , 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Wayne L.Niwiarl|iidi, 

Defendant. 

The object of tMiMkli 19 
obtain a divorce a viMMhi 
matrifflonii tnmtkt04 
defendant, upon |N 
grounds of MpmOm fpr 
more th«R «m J^ir 
continuously without 
cohabitation and wftliout 
IntaruptiM. 
And an affidavit kaMliif.-' 

been made and fOid INI 
the defendant b a ao*- 
resident of tiw Sttte of 
Virginia, the lail kMif* 
post office addrrn biii^ 
Office of tiM Q0mi 
Nav. R«|. Med*"GJHi., 
Great Ukei.llNriotii 
60068. It Is orderad that b 
do app^ on or befoit tin 
15thofSepiaii|bir, Ifll, 
and do what nay ^..: 
necessary to fTQlaet Ml 
interest In tikis ndt. 

A copy-Teita: ^(idM V, 
Fentress 
By: Patti A. 
Deputy Clerk. 

Raymond H. Strqpit, p4, • 
P;0.aoxllJ». ■ vfjo i^m 

Tbrtsmoutii, VA. W0 - 

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ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 



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the Circuit Court of tka 
City of Vininia laK|, 

Virginia on Uie :Wi di9 
of July, Wl. 

James Robert Boettiwr, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Susan Annette Botdtir, 
Defendant. 





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A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By: Patti A Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Glenn Randall Croshaw, 

p.q. 

Suite 311. 160 Newtown 

Road 

Virginia Beach, VA 

23462 

VBS 7/J9, 7/26^ 8/2 , 8/9_ 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA; IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF TH.E CITY OF 
VIRGINIA tEAeH. ON 
THE 13th day of July, 
1978. 

In re: Adoption of Sherry 
Lynn Barker 

By: Ronald Ray Tuttle 
and Leibet Obst Tuttle, 
Petitioners, 

To; Jack Carosn Barker 
P.O. Box 441 
Kemah. Texas, 77565 

This day came Ronald 
Ray Tuttle and Leibet 
Obst Tuttle, Petitioners, 
and represented thai the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named infant. 
Sherry Lynn Barker, by 
Ronald Ray Tuttle and 



Andrew S. Fine, p.q. 
720 Law Bldg. 
Grandy & Plume Streets 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

VBS7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 14th day of 
July, 1978. 

Alice B. Grow, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

John M. Grow, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and e^pan 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption since 
on or about the 1st day of 
iuly, 1977, a period of 
time in excess of one year. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdi^: 
384 SW. Port MalilNU- 
Boulevard,. Palm Bay, 
Florida, 32905. It is 
ordered that he do app^v 
on or before the 4th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 



The object of tills Mdtii 
to obtain a dlv«ree a 
vinculo matrimonii flroii 
the said defendani V9m 
the grounds of separatioil 
for more tiian one ymr. 

And an ^(^vll 
having beel madp m$' 
filed that tiiedafaadaiitli 
a non-resident of tin iMIt 
of Virginia, the lai( 
known poet offieeaddi«» 
being: 4S36 West CMm 
Glendalc, Aricona I53i|« 
It is ordered tiMt lilt do 
appear on or bcTaff Mil 
I5ih of Septambi^, IffI, 
and do what p«y bf 
necessary to prd«ic< Jin 
interest in tide Nit. 

A copy-Teste: Him V. 

Fentrott' 

^: Patti A. Kae di MHy 

Deputyd^k. 

Frank E.Btttier, in, |>A 

Virginia Beaeli,VA. 

VBSf/2,t/9,8/|<,,f^^, 

ORDER OP 

PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Ofl^e ff 
the Clreua Conn 4( Hm 
City of VbMl iiMh. 
VA.. on tiie mh 0Kf of 
July, 1978. 



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V^t^Na B««ch PiibNc NotlcM cont'd 



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divorce a 

l^culo nuttriiBCHiii fnmi 

luie HudJkfoMUuit, upon 

I the grounds of adultly, 

I or, jp .the lUternative, • 

divdhse a mensa et tboro 

to be later mo-ged into a 

divorce , Ji vinculo 

matriihonii upon the 

groypi^ of dc^tion. 

Aiid an affMavit having 
been made and fded that 
the^dffepdPnt is a mm- 
resittoit of ^tlie State of 
Virginia,. t^e,l|itst known 
post office 'address being: 
TCSB, Nq#9 Avenue I, 
BabJi^ ta!*cr Street, 
Teh^. lean; h is ordo^d 
thatl)be^W> WJ^ on or 
befdre " thif 4th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what mayj^ iM»cmary to 
proteci^hte iiltdest in this 
suit. 

A copZ-Teste:" lohn V. 

Fentress 

By: Pfttti A. Keoiehan, 

Deput;KCjlerk. 

An,p^:)^.p.q. 



By: Kathy S. Brothers, 
Dqnity Clerk 

Pat Smith, Va. Beach 
Dept. of Social Services, 
Petitioner 

VtS 7/19. 7/26. 8/2. g/9 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA.. on the 21st day of 
July, 1978. 

Brenda L. Edison, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

WiUiam Edison, 
Defendant. 

The obJMt of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one-year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
beoi made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia; the last known 
post office address being: 
920 Oreenmount Avenue, 
Baltimore, MD. 21202. It 
is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
lldi of September, 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

oieputy Clerk. 

Wade P. Bettis, Jr., p.q. 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

VBS 7/26, 8/2, 8/9, 8/16 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



it Court; of the 




Grafiby 4^ Prumt Streets 
NorJ^flc,y4.M510 

Jibuti' •'■ -v '■ ■ -i ' 

OROfiRv^ .{^ OF 
PUBblCATION 

VIR^NIA: i 

IN !' T«0 ' CLERK'S 
OFlfKLE OF THE 
JUyB'WIIiE AND 
DOHEiSTlC REL AT- 
lONa* - J3ISTRICT 

coijBrr OE Tiai^ciTY 

OF.iaROINIA; BEACH, 
ON ilHE. 12tir DAY OF 
July, 1978 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In re: Delante L«nont 
Brooks 

The object Mflibb. on 
procee«m|f Ai*.i«!tlirti*f , „. . . „ ,. 
terminationoftheresidual Cijy ^ "^"t^^ *»«»». 

VA., on the 27th day of 

July, 1978. 

Deborah Garrett Cox, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

James Richard Cox, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an annulment or 
divorce from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of earlier 
marriages ousting at the 
time the present marriage 
was ottered into or in the 
altonative desotion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defoidant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
^uvinia. the laM known 
poit office address being: 
Post Office Box 17, 
Calapyso, North 
Carolina. It is ordoed 
thitt he do appear on or 
before the 18th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Foitress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

D^ty Clerk. 

Thomas B. Shuttleworth, 

pq. 

Suite 211, Pembrojfte' 

Three Bldg. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

VBS8/2, 8/9, 8/16, 8/23 



parenttf lights x>f Leroy 
Hudson and AwUe.Mae 
Brooks to their child. 
Delante Lainont &ix>ks. 
The confe(|^ences of 
termii^Utoi^ o(,of residual 
parent^.f^tvjre that a 
parent'. (MT p«coits former 
relinquish all parmtal 
rights such as, but ncM 
limited to,, the rights to 
companioiuhip, associa- 
tion, religious training, 
educatiojB^,,4^»«M,pline, 
guidance,' maintenance 
and all decision making 
concerpi^ii , (l^e , chitds 
welfare. 4^^ jfurtho H is 
to conouDPi^'sftd^il^fjuit to 
the ou^jind, custody of 
the '|,yir^io)» Beach 
Departmi^jl ■ of .Social 
Servic^ wit^ 4ie rii^t of 
said i^^cy. to j^nsoit to 
the inn^t's adc^Moili- 

An<^f^|lildavjt having 
been mMe ^ filed that 
Looy Hi^daosn^a^ Ajmie 
Mae G^o^ift i% a proper 
party up^^ili^ froceeding; 



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used t9,««aFtain in what 
county oi|;prporatk)a he 
/she is» fithei^ effect, it is 
ORDEjKED ,th«t Leroy 
Hudson and Aovie. Kfoe 
Brooks do an>ear here 
within \fi d>9K '^ ^^ 
publicati(Mi hoeof , and <k> 
what nofiy jt^/Milenary to 
protect' their interftt in 
this suit. 

A CORY ..TESTE: 

ELIZABETJH E. 

HENLEY. CLERK 



^NOtJCE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: i 

The re^dar meeting of the Council of Virginia B«ich 
will beihdd in the Council Chambers of the 
AdmiihHfansai iSuHdinii. ri"; lb" Princess Aniw 
Station,. Vitlinia Beai^, Virginia on Monday, Aujju. 
14. 1978, at 1:00 P.M., at which time the following 
applications will Ix heard: 



CHANGE OF 
CLASSinCATION: 



ZONING 



DISTRICT 



LYNNHAVeN BOROUGH: 



1. 

An Ordinance upon Applioition of Dean S. Potter. 
Gordon B. PMter, and John Ray Potto-, for a Change 
of Zming District Oassification from R-4 Residential 
District to O-l Office I^trict on cotain {woperty 
locatol on the W^t side of First. Colonial Road 
bt inning at a point 200 feet South of Old Donation 
Pa vay, running a distance of 456.71 feet along the 
Wesi side of First Colonial Road, running a distance of 
610.03 feet along the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 360 feet along the Wntem property line and 
running a distance of 600 feet along the Northern 
property line. Said parcel contains 5.335 acres. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of B. J. Willis, Jr., for a 
Change of Zoning IMstrict Classification from R-6 
Residential District to 0-1 Office District on certain 
property located on the east side of Thalia Road 
beginning at a point 765 feet North of Virginia Boich 
Boulevard, running a distance of 235 feet along the East 
side of Thalia Road, running a distance of 655 feet 
along the Northern property line, running a distance of 
180 feet along the Eastern property line and running a 
distance of 645 feet along the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 3.28 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of B.J.Willis, Jr., for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from B-2 
Community-Business District to 0-1 Office District on 
certain propoly located on the East side of Thalia Road 
beginning at a point 650 feet North of Virginia Boich 
Boulevard, running a distance of 1 15 feet along the East 
side of Thalia Road, running a distance of 645 feet 
along the Northern property line, running a distance of 
120 feet along the Eastern property line and running a 
distance of 640 feet along the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 1.32 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



Application of Amoco Oil Company for a Conditional 
Use Permit for a gasoline service station on certain 
property located at the Southeast intersection of 
Providence Road and Lord Dunmore Mve, running a 
distance of 140 feet along the South side of Providence 
Road, running a distance of 130 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 160 feet along the 
Southeni property line, running a distance of 1 10 feet 
along the Western property line and running around a 
curve a distance of 20 feet. Said parcel contains .475 
acre. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Leo and Montrose 
Wood for a Conditional Use Permit for a home 
occupation (babysitting) on certain property located on 
the West side of Edwin Drive b^inning at a point 
158.60 feet South of Princess Anne Road, running a 
distance of 82 feo along the West side of Edwin 
Drive, running a distance of 125 feet along the Southern 
property line, running a distance of 82 feet along the 
Western property line and running a distance of 125 feet 
along the Northern property line. Said parcel contains 
10,250 square feet. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

6. 

An Ordinance up<Hi Application of Beach Northampton 
Vacation, Incorporated, for a Conditional Use Permit 
for offices (real estate/insurance) mi certain property 
located on Ute South side of Northampton B<Hilevard 
beginning at a point 600 feet more or less East of Bako 
Road, running a distance of 231 feet along the South 
side of Northampton Boulevard, running a distance of 
558 feet along the Eastern propoty line, running a 
distance of 447.71 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
running around a curve in a Northoly direction a 
distance of 400.26 feet, running a distance of 54.21 feet 
in a Northoutoly direction, running a distance of 97.34 
feet in a Northwesterly direction and running a distance 
of 85.34 feet in a Northoly direction. Said parcel 
contains 4.339 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

7. 

Application of Virginia Beach Racquo Club North 
Associates for a Conditional Use Pomit for handball 
and racquetball courts, additional outdoor courts, club 
house with restaurant (private, and additional partially) 
encl<Med indoor courts on certain in-operty beginning at 
a point 940 feo more or less North of the intersection of 
GrMt Neck Road and Thomas Bishop Lane, running a 
distance of 310 feo more or less in a Northwestoly 
diiecti^./unning a distance of 20 feo more or less in a 
Northoly direction, running a distance of 50 feet more 
or less in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance 
of 500 feo mote or less in a Northoly direction, 
running a distance of 479.35 feo along the Northern 
property tine, running a distance of 971.52 feet along 
the Western property line, running a distance of 77.67 
feo in a Southoistoly direction, running a distance of 
178.46 feet in a Northoutoly direction and running a 
distance of! 10 feo in an Easterly Direction. Said iMrcel 
contains 8 acres more or less. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

AMtwDMENT: 

8. V 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 7, Section 
701, of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to use r^ulations for offices In the H-1 Hotel 



District. More doaitod informatitm is available in the 
Department i^f Planning. 



Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend ami reordain Articte 10, 
Section 1001, of the Comprdiouive Zoning (^dinance 
potaining to use r^ulations for schools. More detailed 
information is available hi the Department of Planning. 

Plats with more detailed infcMrmation are available in the 
Department of Planning. 



Richard J. Webbon 
CityClok 

VBS 7/26. 8/2 ' 

LEGAL NOTICE 

TAKE NOTICE THAT ON AUGUST 8, 1978 at 10:00 
A.M. AT THE PREMISES OF Tidewater 
AMC/ Jeep/Honda, 3152 Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23452, the imdersi^ed will 
sdl at public auction, for cash, reserving untu itself the 
right to bid, the following motor vehicles: 



DESCRIPTION 



1976 Jeep Cj-7 



SERIAL 



J6A93EH003175 



TIDEWATER AMC/ JEEP/HONDA 

F.C.RiceComptroUo 
VBS 8/2 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

The Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries at a 
meeting held in Richmond, Virginia on July 21, 1978, 
adopted the following amoided or new regulations 
pursuant to Sections 29-125, 29-126 and ^127 of the 
Code of Virginia, to become effective August 24. 1978. 

CHAPTER 8. Fox. 

R8-1. (b) It shall be unlawful to hunt foxes on the 
George Washington National Forest and on the 
Gathright, Goshen, G. Richard Thompson, Highland, 
Little North Mountain and Rapidan Wildlife 
Management Areas from February 1 through October 
31, both dates inclusive. 



COMMISSION OF GAME AND INLAND 

FISHERIES 



VBS 8/2 



Virginia: 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



The Regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Bcii. 
wilt be held in the Council Chambers of ■'■ 
Administration Building, City Hall, Princess Amur 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday, Augu 
21, 1978, at 1:00 P.M., at which time the followim 
applications will be heard: 



CHANGE OF 

CLASSIFICATION: 



ZONING 



KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



1. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Holland Associai 
A Virginia General Partnership for a Change of Zoim' 
District Classification from R-8 Residential Disiric 
A-3 Apartmoit District on certain property located I < x • 
feet more or less South of Holland Road beginning 
pont 1520 feo more or less West of Proposed Rosem 
Road, running a distance of 1625 feet along > 
Northern property line, running a distance of 750 ; 
along the Western property line, running a distance 
105 feet in an Eastoly direction, running around a cur . 
in a Northoistoly direction a distance of 1360 feet iu< 
running a distance of 750 feet along the Easier ' 
property line. Said parcel contains 20 acrc^ 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

2. 

An Ordinance upon Application of George C. Hum • 
a Change of Zoning District Clasufication from i 
Residential I^trio to R-8 Residential Districi 
certain property located on the North side of Pvliament 
Drive banning at a point 180 feet more or less West 
Yodo Lane, runniiMt a distance of 680. 16 feet alonj; 
Southern property Hne of which 616.71 feet is the No. 
side of Parliment Drive, running a distance of 58*= 
feet along the Western property line, running a disi.t 
of 693.14 f«t almg the Northern property line .■■■ 
running a distance of 838.69 feel along the EaM> 
property line. Said parcel contains 10.7 acu 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

3. 

Petition of WUliam E. Wood for a Change oi /ct. 
Distrkt Classification from R-8 Residemial Disirici 
0-1 Office District on certain property locaicd on 
North side of Kem|»ville Road beginning at a pom 
feet West of Brandon Boulevard, running a di'-um. 
670 f«i along the North side of Kemp-^vilk- K. 
running a distance of 542 feo along itic \V 
property line, running a distance of ^5 feci aloiu 
Northern property line and running a disianci n' 
feet along the Emtern property line. "^.uJ r. 
contains 8.6«cres! KEMPSVILLE BOROl (.H 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



4. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Harry D. and Mah> ; 
B. Church for a Change of Zoning Disiri 
Classificatimi from R-8 Residential District to H : 
Community-Business on Mrtain property located at ili 
Southwest intersection of Potters Road and Londm 
Bridge Road, running a distance of 100. 14 feet along i Iv 
South side of Potters Road, running a distance <>; 
109.08 feO along the Western propoty line, runniii; 
distant of 149.62 feet along the Southern property nu. 
running a distance of 70.94 feo along the West side > 
London Bridge Road and running around a curve in . 
Northwestoly direction a distance of 74.41 feet. Suh' 
parcel contains .385 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGI I 

CONDITION USE PERMIT: 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: 

5. 

An OrdinanM upon Application of Hudgins ati>i 
Associates, Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit for • 
duplex on certain propoty located at the Southc4i 
como of 13th Street and Courtright Avenue, running i 
distance of 50 feo along the South side of 13th Sirce' 
running a distance of 140 feet along the Eastcn; 
propoty line, running a distance of 50 feet along ilic 
Southem property line and running a distance of I It 
feo along the East side of Courtright Avenue. SaiJ 
parcel contains 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEAt li 
BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Hudgins aixi 
Associates, Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit for i 
duplex on certain property located on the South side oi 
13th Street beginning at a point 400 feet along the South 
Avenue, running a distance of SO feet along the Soiiil) 
side of 13th StreO. running a distance of 140 feet atixi 
the Western property Une, running a distance of 50 Ice 
along the Southern property line and running a distance 
of 140 feo along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

7. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Hudgins aiui 
Associates, Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit for ii 
duplex on certain property located on the South side ol 
13th Street, beginning at a point 300 feet West of Parks 
Avenue, running a distance of 50 feet along the South 
side of 13th Street, ruiming a distance of 140 feet atony , 
the Weston property line, running a distance of SO feci 
along the Southon property line and running a distance 
of 140 feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 



PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 



John P. Randfrt|4i, Chairman g 



An Ordinance upon Application of Herbert D. and 
Mary H. Smith for a Conditional Use Permit for a 
residential kennel on certain property located on the 
South side of London Bridge Road beginning at a point 
4805 feet more or less West of Oceana Boulevaid. 
running a distance of 1337.34 feO along the South side 
of London Bridge Road, running a distance of 4I6..V' 
feo along the Weston property line, running a disiatnc 
of 1105 feo more or less along the Southern propcriv 
line and running a distance of 1063.42 feet along ihc 
Eastern property line. Said parcel contains 20 acic- 
more or less. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



DISTRICI 9. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Fine and Salzberc 
for a Conditional Use Permit for an automobile ser\ i.c 
station on certain propoty located 20 feo South oi 
Indian Rivo Road beginning at a point 653. 10 feet W c .: 
of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 130 tec 
along the Eastern property line, running a distance o' 
150 feO along the Southon property line, running .i 
distance of 150 feet along the Wntern property line an.i 
running a distance of 150 feet along the Northern 
property line. Said parcel contains .45 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

Plats with more doailed information are available in the 
DqMUtment of Planning. 



Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 

VBS 8/2. 8/9 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Be^rh Planning Commission will hold a 
Public Hearing on Twsday, August 8, 1978, at 12:00 
No(Hi in the 0>uncil Chambors of the Administration 
Gilding, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia Beach, 
Vir^nia. The followii^ anrtications will appear on the 
agenda: 

REFERRED BACK TO PLANNING COMMISSION 
BY CITY COUNCIL ON JUNE 19. 1978: 

1. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article I , Section 
102, of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance to 
establish a R-7A R«idential District. More detailed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 



DEFERRED FOR 60 DAYS BY 
COMMISSION ON JUNE 13.1978: 



PLANNING 



Petition of Mdvin and M. Louise Nobles for a Chan^ i^ 
of Zoning District Classification from R-8 Residential 
District to B-2 Community- 



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12 VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1978 



^ Virgiiiia Beach Public NotlcM cont'd 

% • .ju: 

..pusiness District on certain property located at the 

JlNortheast intersection of Bonney Road and Boggs 

Avenue, running a distance of 120.78 feet along the 

t^orth side of Bonney Road, running a distance of 109.6 

ject along the Eastern property line, running a distance 

pf 120 ftet along the Northern property line and 

running a distance of 123.4 feet along the East side of 

Boggs Avenue. Said parcel contains .32 acre. 

^KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH- 



Application of Fine & Salzberg, Inc., for the 
discontinuance, closure and abandonment of portions 
of Fourth Street and Vine Street. 

pliurth Street: Beginning at the Western boundary of 
fiisemont Road and running in a Westerly direction a 
distance of 332.08 feet. Said street varies in width from 
5§.02 feet to 77.21 feet. 

l^e Street: Beginning at the Northern boundary of 
s|>uth Boulevard and running in a Northerly direction a 
d^tance of 997.96 feet. Said street varies in width from 
6«f.07 feet to 67.24 feet, 

i^ats with more detail^ information are available in the 
Department of Planning. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
RfeCULAR AGENDA: 

SIBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

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4.: 

.S#division Variance: Apiwal from Decisions of 
A^inistrative Officers in regard to certain elements of 
tM; Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Mrs. 
E(j\vard J. Clark. Property located at the Northeast 
intersection of Southern Boulevard and South Birdneck 
R^iad. Plats with more detailed information are 
available in the Department of Planning. 



CIlANGE OF 
CLASSIFICATION: 



ZONING 



DISTRICT 



An' Ordinance upon Application of Coite B. Rudacil for 
a^ Change of Zoning District Classification from R-4 
Residential District to R-9 Residential Townhouse 
D^rict on parcels located East of Independence 
B(^levard and North of Wishart Road . 

Parcel 1: Located 500 feet more or less East of 
In|ependence Boulevard beginning at a point 480 feet 
nk»-e or less North of Wishart Road, running a distance 
of |64 feet in a Northerly direction, running a (Stance of 
2b|.23 feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance 
of|62S.01 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
dmance of 200 feet in an Easterly direction, running a 
d^ance of 3% feet in a Southerly direction, running a 
dhlance of 330 feet in an Easterly direction, running a 
di^nce of 159.72 feet in a Southerly direction, running 
a tiestance of 63.26 feet in a Westerly direction, running 
a Instance of 271.91 feet in a Southerly direction, 
f^ing a distance of 159.% feet in a Westerly 
dir^tion, running a distance of 63.79 feet in a Southerly 
dir^tion and running a distance of 131.68 feet in a 
\^^terly direction. 

Parcel 2: Located 520 feet more or less East of 
Independence Boulevard beginning at a point 1510 feet 
n^bre or less North of Wishart Road, running a distance 
of 309.74 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
d^tance of 252.87 feet in a Easterly direction, running a 
distance of 77 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 150.24 feet in an Easterly direction, running 
a distance of 211.90 feet in a Southerly direction, 
miming a distance of 331.98 feet in a Westerly 
direction, running a distance of 62 feet in a Southerly 
dii^ection and running a distance of 141.90 feet in a 
Westerly direction. 

Said parcels are irregular in shape and contain 8.112 
acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



Aii Ordinance upon Application of Preston M. White, 
Jr., and James P. Woodard for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from R-6 Residential District to I- 
1 flight Industrial District on certain propoty located at 
the Eastern extremity of Connie Lane, running a 
distance of 261.97 feet along the South side of Connie 
Lane, running a distance of 180 feet in a Southerly 
direction, running a distance of 690 feet in a Westerly 
direction, running a distance of 470 feet in a Southerly 
dwction, running a distance of 959.67 feet along the 
SWithern property line and running a distance of 407.05 
f<^l along the Eastern property line. Said parwl 
cwitains S.S2 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

A^ Ordinance upon Application of John W. &nith for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from H-1 
ribtcl District to B-2 Community-Business District on 
olfrtain property located 180 feet more or less South of 
S^re Drive beginning at a point 360 feet more m tess 
^m of Independence Boulevard, running a distance of 
1^ feet in a Westwly dirwnion, running a distance of 80 
f^t in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 150 
flit in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 93 
feet along the Western property line, running a distance 
0^341 feet along the Southern property line and running 
aiistance of 177 feet along the Eastern prcq^my line, 
find parcel contains 1 .08 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

^ Ordmance upon Application of Janws Kabler for a 
Cfiange W Zoning District Classification from B 
-4 Resort-Commercial District to R-6 Residential 
strict on artain property k>cated at tlw NorthMst 
ersei^icn ol M.;,\ Cooper Kuai ?•"< Sand|Np«- 
d, iWiii^ a distanw of 630 feet along the Norm 
of Mffl^LCooper Road, running *a distance of 300 
It along the Eastern property line, running a distance 
o| 630 feet along the Northern property line and 
"" ing a distaiux of 300 feet along the East side of 
•ps" R(nm1. Said parcel contains 4.34 acres. 
illNCE^ ANNE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Dave Miller, Sr., for 
. a Change of Zoning District Classification from R-8 
' Residential District to B-2 Community-Business District 
on certain property located at the Southeast intersection 
of Virginia Beach Boulevard and Oceana Boulevard, 
running a distance of 223 . 30 feet along the South side (^ 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, running a distance of 236.43 
feet along the Eastern property line, running a distance 
of 223.3 feet along the Southern prdpeny line and 
running a distance of 236.80 feet along the East side of 
Oceana Boulevard. Said parcel contains 1.21 acres. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

10. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Robert Thomas 
Hobbs for a Change of Zoning I^strict Classiflcation 
from R-6 Residential District to A-1 Apartment CMstrict 
on certain property located at theSouthwestintersection 
of Barberton Drive and C Street, running a distance of 
125 feet along the South side of C Street, running a 
distance of 105 feet along the Western property line, 
running a distance of 125 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a distance of 105 feet along 
the West side of Barberion Drive. Said parcel contains ' 
.32 acre.LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

11. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Charles D. Robbins 
for a Change of Zoning District Classification from R-6 
Residential District to A-1 Apariment District on 
certain property located on the East side of South 
Birdneck Road beginning at a point 170 feet North of 
Burford's Avenue, running a distance of 208.40 feet 
along the East side of South Birdneck Road, running a 
distance of 209. 10 feet along the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 256.96 feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a distance of 68.74 feet along 
the Southern property line. Said parcel contains .71 
acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

12. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Lago-Mar, Ltd., for 
a Change of Zoning District Classification from R-4 
Residential District to R-5 Residential District on 
certain property located on the North side of False Cape 
Parkway (Proposed) beginning at a point 80 feet more 
or less West of Camino Real South, running a distance 
of 2955 feet along the North side of False Cape Parkway 
(Proposed), running a distance of 400 feet in a 
Northerly direction, running a distance of 580 feet in an 
Easterly direction, running a distance of 2685 feet along 
the Eastern property line, running a distance of 860 feet 
in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 
3509.42 feet along the Northern property line, running a 
distance of 1416.31 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 149.20 feet in a Southeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 185 feet in a Southerly 
direction, running a distance of 104.4 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 128 feet 
in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 190 feet 
in a Southwnterly direction, running a distance of 199.3 
feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 77.47 
feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance of 
471.14 feet in a Northi^terly (Krectidn;' running a 
distance of 787.49 feet in a Southeasterly direction and 
running a distance of 517.27 feet in a Southerly 
direction. Said parcel contains 300 acres. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

13. 

An Ordinance upon Application of The Lakes, Inc., for 
a Change of Zoning District Classification from 0-1 
Office District to B-2 Community- 
Business District on certain property located at the 
Southeast intersection of Holland Road and Stoneshore 
Road, running a distance of 340 feet along the East 
side of Holland Road, running a distance of 566. 14 feet 
along the Southern property line, running a distance of 
98. 16 feet along the Western property line and running a 
distance of 439.06 feet along the South side of 
Stonnhore Road. Said parcel contains 2.5 acres. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

14. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Gilray Land 
Development Corp., for a Change of Zoning Distict 
Classification from R-8 Residential District to 0-1 
Office District on certain property located at the 
Northeast intersection of Ansol Lane and Bassett 
Avenue, running a distance of 150 feet along the North 
side of Ansol Lane, running a distance of 100 feet along 
the Eastern property line, running a distance of 150 feet 
along the Northern property line and running a distance 
of 100 feet along the East side of Bassett Avenue. Said 
parcel contains .34 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Malcolm L. and 
Leona P. Nock fw a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-8 Residential District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located at the Northeast intersection of Pleasure House 
Roiul and HoUis Road, running a distance of 150 feet 
along the North side of Hollis Road, running a distance 
of 180 fwt along the Ewtem property line, running a 
distance of 150 feet along the Northern property line 
and running a distant of 180 feet along the East side of 
Ptetture House Road. Said parcel contains .61 acre. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 





16. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Paul Louis Goulet, 
Sr., for a Change of Zoning District Classification from 
R-8 Residential District to A-2 Apartment District on 
certain property located on the North side of Hollis 
Road beginning at a point 150 feet East of Pleasure 
House Road, running a distance of 2^ feet along the 
North side of Hollis Road, running a distance of IM 
f<^i along the Eastern property line, running a distance 
Of 24U ftct along the Northern property line and 
running a distance nf •'?') feet along the Western 
l^opcrty line. Said parcel contains .99 acre. BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

17. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Carmen M. Gomez 

for a Change of Zoning District Classification from R-8 



Residential District to B-2 Community-Business District 
on certain property located on the North side of 
Kempsville Road beginning at a point 200 feet East of 
Centerville Turnpike, running a distance of 515.76 feet 
along the North side of Kempsville RtMd, running a 
distance of 780.32 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 56.43 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 720.17 feet in a 
Northwesterly direction, nmning a distance of 404.06 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
1098.48 feet fn a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 2500 feet more or less in a Southrasterly 
direction, running a distance of 180 feet in a 
Northeasterly direction and running a distance of 300 
feet more or less in a Southerly direction. Said parcel is 
irregular in shape and contains 20.6 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 



18. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Thalia Lynn Baptist 
Church for a Conditional Use Permit for a church on 
certain property located at the Northeast intersection of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard and Cox Drive, running a 
distance of 486. 18 feet along the East side of Cox Dmt, 
running a distance of 550 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 425 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running a distance of 125 feet in a 
Westeriy direction, running a distance of 58.82 feet in a 
Southerly direction, and running a distance of 425 feet 
along the North side of Virginia Beach Boulevard. Said 
parcel contains 5.953 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

19. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Colonial- 
Laskin Associates for a Conditional Use Permit for 
recreational and amusement facilities of an outdoor 
t^tme and an arcade building on certain property 
located on the North side of the Virginia Beach-Norfolk 
Expressway beginning at a point 665 feet West of First 
Colonial Road, running a distance of 737 feet along the 
North side of the Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway, 
running a distance of 590 fe^ more or less along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 760 feet 
more or less along the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 550 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains 10 acres. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

20. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Lynnhaven Inlet 
Fishing Pier Corporation for a Conditional Use Permit 
for recreational facilities of an outdoor nature (fishing 
pier) on parcels located at the Southeast and Northeast 
intersections of Ocean Avenue and Starfish Road. 

Parcel 1: Beginning at the Southeast intersection of 
Ocean Avenue and Starfish Road, running a distance of 
150 feet along the South side of Ocean Avenue, running 
a distance of 150 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 150 feet along the Southern 
liroperty line apd running a distance of ISO' feet 4d0ng 
the East side of Starfish Road. 

Parcel 2: Beginning at the Northeast intersection of 
Ocean Avenue and Starfish Road, running a distance 
of 140 feet along the North side of Ocean Avenue, 
running a distance of 364.06 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 140.60 feet along 
the Northern property line and running a distance of 
381 . 10 feet along the Western property line. 

Said parcel contains 1.68 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

21. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Mr. and Mrs. John 
T. Stanton, Jr., for a Conditional Use Permit for a 
home occupation (babysitting) on colain property 
located on the South side of Cobblestone Drive 
banning at a point 160 feet East of Kings Arms Drive, 
running a distance of 75 feet along the South side of 
Cobblestone Drive, running a distance of 100 feet along 
the Eastern property line, running a distance of 75 feet 
along the Southern property line and running a distance 
of 100 feet along the Western property line. Said parcel 
contains 7500 square feet. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

22. 

Ail Ordinance upon Application of Ocean-Lakes Golf 

dub, Inc, for a Conditional Use Permit for a golf 

ccnirse on certain property located on the North side of 

Fdse Cape Parkway (Proposed) beginning at a point 80 

feet more or less West of Camino Real South, running a 

distance of 5540 feet along the Southern property line of 

which 5 1 15 feet is the North side of False Cape Parkway 

(Prop<»ed), running a distance of 3261 .05 feet along the 

Easto-n property line, running a distance of 958.53 feet 

in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 

4750.69 feet along the Northern property line, running a 

distance of 1416.31 fe« in a Southwesteriy direction, 

running a distance of 149.:k> feet in a Southeasterly 

(Erection, running a distance of 185 feet in a Southerly 

direction, running a distance of 104.4 feet in a 

S(Hithwesterly direction, running a distance of 128 feet 

in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 190 fMt 

in a Southwesteriy direction, running a distance of 199.3 

f«t in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 77.47 

feet in an Easteriy dir«:tion, running a distance of 

47lf.l4 feet in a Northeasterly di':ection, running a 

distance of 787.49 feet in a .'Southeasterly direction and 

running a distance of 517.27 feet in a Southeriy 

directitMi. Said parcel contains 459 acres. PRINCESS 

ANNE BOROUGH. 

23. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Boddie-Noell 
Enterprises, Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit for a 
gSSG^ne service station and ovwash on certain property 
Iffi^at^ at the Northwest inters«nion of Northampton 
BtMilevard and Btker Road, running a distance of 200 
fe« along the West side of Baker Road, running a 
distance of 300 feet along the Northern profwrty line, 
running a distant of 175 f^ along the Western 
propaiy line and running a distance of 175 feet along 



the North side of Northampton Boulevard. Said parcel 
contains IM acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

24. 

Application of F. Wayne McLeskey, Jr., for the 
discontinuance, closure and abandonment of Sawyer 
Avenue and a porti(Hi of Bee Street. 

Sawyer Avenue: Beginning at the intersection with 
Laskin Road and running in a Northnsterly direction a 
distance of 5M feet. Said stre^ is 30 feet in width. 

Bee Street: Banning at the Northern boundary of 
Bratten Avenue and running in a Northesterly direction 
a distance of 218 feet. Said street is 30 feet in width. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

25. 

Application of Tidewater Imports, Inc., for the 
discontinuance^ closure and abandonment of an 
unnamed street banning on the North side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, 1056.47 feet West of Little Neck 
Road, and extending in a Northwesterly direction to the 
South side of North Lynnhaven Road. Said street is 
variable in width from 120.07 feet to 50.48 feet. Plats 
with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

26. 

Application of R.W. Breeden for the discontinuance, 
closure and abandonment of a portion of North Great 
Neck Road beginning at the Northern intersection of 
North Great Road and Old Great Neck Road, running a 
distance of 547.46 feet along the Western property line, 
running a distance of 42.11 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 412.73 feet along 
the Eastern property line and running a distance of 
155.40 feet in a Southwesterly direction. Plats with 
more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENTS: 

27. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 5, 
Sections 553 and 573, of the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance pertaining to setbacks for yards adjacent to 
the Atlantic Ocean. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

Plats with more detailed information on the above 
applications are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

All interested persons are invited to attend. 

Robert J. Scott 
Director of Planning 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, August 16, 
1978, at 7:30 P.M. in the council Chambers, 
Administration Building, Municipal Center, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. The following applications will appear 
on the agenda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Edward S. Nelson requests a variance of 2 feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required setback from a street (Inlynnview 
Road) and of 30 feet to a 20 foot setback from 
Inlynnview Road instead of 50 feet as required and of 5 
feet to a 10 foot side yard setback (wttt propoty line) 
instead of 15 feet as required (cabana • storage building' 
and swimming pool) on Lot 13, Block A, Section 1, 
Trant Berkshire, 2445 Bluecastle Lane. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

2. Howard R. Gunther requests a variance to allow 
parking of a major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 13, Block 2. 
Section 12A. Windsor Woods, 3705 Teakwood Drive. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. Tidewater Builders, Inc. by Julian Rashkind. 
Swretary, requests a variance of 15 feet to a 15 foot 
setback from Kempsville Road (relocated) instead of 30 
feet as required and of 2 feet in fence height to a 6 foot 
fence instead of a 4 foot fence as allowed in a required 
setback from a street (Konpsville Road - relocated) on 
Lot 4. Block B. Phase 3. Part A. Chatham Hall. Alton 
Drive. Kempsville Borough. 

4. D. Dalis Foundation by B. Bruce Taylor. Agent, 
requests a variance of I foot to a 9 foot setback from 
32nd Street sinstnd of 10 feet as required and to allow 
parking in the required setback along both Pacific 
Avenue and 32nd Stre^ where prohibitml and of 4 
parking spaces to 62 parking s|»ces instead of 65 
parking spaces as required (retail sales) on Lot lA, 
Block 104, Virginia Beach Devdopmmt Co., northwest 
corner of 32nd Street and Pacific Avenue. Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

5. Weldon and Irmtraut I^pris requat a variance of 9 
feet to a 21 foot front yard setb«;k (Coker Court) 
instead of 30 feet as required on Lot 20, S«:tion 2, 
Block O, Part 1. Charlestown, 5349 Beaufain 
Boulevard. Kempsville Borough. 



6. Sidney L. Lawrence r^uests a varian(x of 10.5 fwt to 
a 9.5 foot side yard seti»u;k (south property line) instead 
of 20 fMt as require! (njdition to existing garage) on 
Si(e B, Subdivision of Property of Mary K. Bernard, 
3912 Richardson RcMd, Witchduck Area. Bayside 
Borough. 




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7. WilUain J. Lamon, Jr. r«iimut a ^^maoce of 3 fm 
to a 5 foot side ywd i^beda instead of 8 feet each as 
required on Lots 25 and 26, Blocic 10, Pecan Gardens. 
Hayes Avenue. Frincxss Anne Borough. 

8. WUHam J. Lawson, Jr. requests a variance of 3 feet 
to a 5 foot side yard setbacic (north property line) 
instead of 8 feet as required on Lots 27 and 28. Block 
10, Pecan Gardens. Hayii Avenue. Princess Anne 
Botou^. 

9. Harry D. Church requests a variance to allow parking 
of a nuuor recreatkinal equipment in front of a building 
instokd of behind the marot portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Lot S4-A. Block B, ' 
Section 6, Resubdivision of Lots 34, S3 and 36. Great 
Neck Estates. 1437 S. Twin Lake Road. Lynnhaven 
Bormigh. 

10. Joseph E. Han^ requesu a i«riance'of 2 feet in 
fence h^t to a 6 foot foice uutead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required setback from a stre^ (Govoiors 
Way) on Lot 10, Block D, Section 1. Part 2, Windsor 
Oaks West. 3820 Forrester Way. Kempsville Borough. 

11. Bruce G. and Lou Ann Murphy request a variance 
of 10 feet to a 20 foot rear yard ^back instead of 30 
feet as required whoi the rear yard is adjacent to the 
Atlantic Ocean and of 4 feet to a 4 foot side yard 
setback (north property line) and of 2 feet to a 6 foot 
side yvd setback (south property line - elevated deck 
walkway) instead of 8 feet each as required on Lot 4, 
Block' 1, Section E. Cape Henry. 7304 Oceanfront. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

12. 

Marguerite M. Elswick requests a variance of 2 feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required setback from a street (Inlynnview 
Ro«l) and of 35 feet to a 13 foot front yard setback 
instead of 50 feet as required for a dutch bam 
(Inlynnview Road) on Lot 13, Block A, Section 1. Trant 
Berkshire. 2437 Bluecastle Lane. Lynnhaven Borough. 

13. Ann N. Epes requests a variance to allow parking of 
a nuijor recreation equipment in front of a building 
instead of bdiind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Lot 8, Block 1, Section 2. 
New Virginia Beach. 6200 Atlantic Avenue. Lynnhaven 
B<H-ough. 

14. William Richard Collier requests a variance of 3 feet 
to a 5 foot side yard setbacks instead of 8 feet each as 
required and of 3.5 percent of lot coverage to 43.5 
perooit instead of 40 percent lot coverage as allowed on 
Lots 17 and 18. Block 18, Chesapeake Park, Ocean 
View Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

15. Elizid)^ M. SUiarpe requests a variance of 4 feet to 
an 8 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fenc^ a^, ,aU.?Y^ W.%. . 
required setback from a street (Providence Road) on 
Lot 82. Section B-2. Part 1, Bdlamy Manor Estate, 9K 
Edwin Mve. Kem|Mville Borough. 

16. John W. Beck requesta a variance of 2 feet in f^ce 
height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required setback from a street (Green 
Meadows Drive) on Lot 3. Block E. Section 5, Larkspur 
Meadows, 706 Southleaf Drive. Kempsville Borough. 

17. Raphael Halioua requests a variance of 2 feet in 
fmce height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required setback from a street (Green 
Meadows Drive) on Lot 4. Block E. Section 5, Larkspur 
Meidows, 712 Southleaf Drive. Kempsville Borough. 

18. F. Beale Wilhoit requests a variance of II parking 
spaces to 25 parking spK^ instead of 36 parkmg s|«ces 
as required (r Aail and of fices)on Lot 9 and Part of Lot 
10, PrcH^eity of J. R. Flanagan, Hilltop Area. Laskin 
Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

19. F. Beale Wilhoit requests a variance of 10 feet to a 
20 foot front yard setback from Egret Point instead of 
30 feet as required mi Lot 1, Sylvan Lake, 12^ Egret 
Point. Lynnlwvai Borough. 

20. F. Bode Wilhoit requests a variance of 10 feet to a 
20 foot front yard setback from Egret Point instead of 
30 feet as required on Lot 2, Sylvan Lake, 1216 Egret 
Pdnt. Lynnhavo) Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 
BOARD. 

W. L. Towers 
Secretary 

VBS7/26..8/2 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 21st DAY OF July, 
1978. 

RE: ESTATE OF AGNES 
T. ROBERTSON, 
DECEASED 

It appearing that a 
fep<m of ttv t*!w.im5 of 
First & Merchants 
NatiMial Bank. Executor 
of the estate of Agnes T. 
Robmson^ d^»^, and 
of tte d^ts and demands 
^nst her etate have 
bmk nkd in the Cleik's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Vlii^nia B^ch. Virginia, 



and that six (6) months 
have elapsed since the 
qualiflaition, on motion 
of First & Merchants 
National Bank, Executor; 
rr IS ORDERED that 
the creditors of, and all 
other interests in, the 
estate do show cause, if 
any they can, on the 1 1th 
day of July, 1978. before 
this court, against the 
paynKnt and delivery of 
the estate of Agnes T. 
Robertson, decnsed, to 
(he legatees, without 
requiring rciuau!-- 
bonds. 

A Copy - Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk. 

O. B. Pickett, p.q. 



_ Pickett. Spain A Lyte 
' 101 N. Lynnhavoi Ro«l 
VirgiBia Beach. Virginia 

\VBS8/2 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virghiia Beach. 
VA., on the 25th day of 
July, 1978. 

Kenneth Mills Roxlnurgh. 

Plamtiff. 

against 

Catherine Anne 

9wwchuck Roxburgh, 

Defoidant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be 
merged upon proper 
apidication into a divorce 
a viiKulo nutrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
of Conq)lainant by the 
Respomtent on November 
1, 1977. 

And an affidavit having 
been made aAd filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addren being: 
411 Kountze Memorial 
Drive, Bellevue. Nebraska 
68005. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 14th of Scptanber. 
1978. and do wiMt may be 
necessary to protect her 
intoest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy Clffk. 

Stephen R. Margulies, 

p.q. 

Twenty-nine Seldon 

Arcade 

Norfolk, VA. 

VBS 8/2, 8/9. 8/16. 8/23 

PUM.ICATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT C»URT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 24th DAY of July. 
1978. 

In re: Adoptl<Mi of Baby 
Boy No. 26016 and change 
of name to RAMSEY 
BRYAN DUDLEY 

By: DANIEL SHIPP 
DUDLEY and 

CAROLYN RAMSEY 
DUDLEY. 
Petitioners 

TO: JOHN DOE. 
Unknown NaMral Father, 
Address Unknown 

This day came DANIEL 
SHIPP DUDLEY and 
CAROLYN RAMSEY 
DUDLEY. Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this i^ooeeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above nuned infant, 
Baby Boy No. 26016 and 
change of name to 
RAMSEY BRYAN 
DUDLEY, by DANIEL 
SHIPP DUDLEY and 
CAROLYN RAMSEY 
DUDLEY, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
JOHN DOE. a natural 
parent of said chUd, is a 
non-r«i(teit of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known pou offke addros 
being: Unkn<»vn. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the md JOHN DOE 
appear before this Court 
on or before the 7th day of 
September, 1978, and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
odnption, or otherwise do 
wnai is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A «»py-T«te: Jtrtui V. 
Fentress. Clerk. 
By: Patti A. Ke^^ian. 
Deputy Clerk. 



R. Stanley Hudgins. p.q. 
1102 FIrti & Merchwits 
dankttdg. 
Norfolk, VA. 23510 

VBS8/2. 8/9. 8/16. 8/23 



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ofdanNM 

Brenda Sharp of 
Chesapeake hoped to get a 
Uttle business when she 
advertised sewing and 
alterations in the 
Chesapeake POST/Vlr- 
ginia Beach SUN. She 
never expected to be 
swamped with calls. 

"I have been very 
pleased with the results. 
I've received 12-14 calto 
which have more than 
made up for the cost of 
advertising. The calls have 
been for a variety of wcn-k 
and have been from 
Virginia Beach and 
Norfolk as well as 
C3iesapeake. 

"I am flabbergasted 
with the results of the 
ad.". 

Why does she think her 
advertisonent was such as 
success? 

"Because its a family 
thing. Most people who 
want sewing done are 
families-people who read 
the paper are families and 
they want to read and 
enjoy your papers." 

For quidk resultt. call 
487-3477. 



No-wax 

briniBS 

raspoiiM 

"We have been getting 
about the same results 
^h' yoitir pikers' as tlw 
with daily paper we are 
using," said Linda 
Moshler of Virginia 
Beach. "We are very 
pleased with the prices we 
are paying you for your 
ads." 

Sevmd months i^. her 
husband. Douglas 
Mosher. begui advertidng 
no-wax vinyl flooring in 
the Chesapeake POST 
/Virginia Beach SUN. 

"The ad is mcNt eye- 
catdiing in your papv-it 
stands mit more. A weekly 
paper is read more 
tluNTOughly than a daily 
paper." 

Fw quick results, call 
487-3477. 



McKbuiey 
compMts 
■ifttlliite 

Pam McKinney, a 
realtor-associate at Estes 
Realty Corporation in 
Virginia Beach, has 
swxenfuUy completed the 
third course at the 
Virginia R«Utors Institute 
at the University of 
Virginia in CharlMtesville. 

She is the ninth person 
to meet the requiremmts 
for the G.R.I, designation 
at Iwr firm. Othen include 
Ray Estes, C.R.B., 
C.R.S., Gwen Dodson. 
Bob Mann, Jerry 
Katzmann, Candy 
Katzmann, Judy Moody, 
Mary L. smith, and Fam 
Muschna. 



UlCALTOUai 

No otli« medtarai ^ bound up 
with tbie vmy&Kif Ufe of your 
thu jma 



Seafood feast 



Continued from p. 1 

Ticket sales a«i September 8 and by then the Seafood 
Co. will know how miM:h food will be needed. 

"It is mudi better to have a complicated ticket sale 
than a big mess," said Boocock. "Anyone with a ticket 
will be guaranteed gating what they want." 

Acceding to Boocock, the Dome is an ideal location 
for the fnst. The kitchens will be available for use and 
there will be thfitta in case of bad weather. Although 
plans are not yrt definite, there will probably be one row 
of tables for each item. About 50 people will work at the 
feast whereas approximately 26 worked at the 
Harborfest. 

"There will be some lines," said Boocock, "but they 
will move quickly." 

"I don't have any quahns about it. If I didn't think 
we could do it I wouldn't try to bite it off. 

"We work hud at it and we like a challenge and we 
like to do a good job at it. Its a business proposition." 

Another advantage to this year's feast is the variety of 
the menu and the prices. 

"Hiere are enough items on the menu at an 
affordable price so the whole family can come," said 
Bryan. 

"I'm real enthused about it," she said. "These are 
conscientious young men anxious to do a good job. 
What I think is going to contribute to the success of the 
feast is that Hagan and Boocock are just as excited at 
supplying the seafood as we are at having the feast back 
in the festival." 

Tickets will be mailed on receipt of your check. 
Tickets can be purchased at the Virginia Beach Neptune 
Festival Office, Chamber of Commerce, and Virginia 
Beach Federal Savinp A Loan (all branches). 

Make your check payable to Virginia Beach Neptune 
Festivd, Box 390, Virginia Beach. Va. 23438. Phone 
490-3129. 



The versatile peanut turns up in soup, penicillin, 
axle grease, metal polish and innumerable other 
products. Sen. Barry Goldwater once used it 
instead of shaving cream. The latest development 
is a high-pressure, high-temperature method for 
converting the peanut's carbon content into 
industrial diamonds. 



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RESTAURANT 

35S6 SHORE DRIVE 

Va. Beach, Va. at 

the Foot of the 

Lymhaven Bridge 

h'the seafood served 

here today slept 

last night In 

Chesapeake bay'' 

»PENMON-SAT 8-10-$UNDAY| 

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 




7-9 AM 
with DON [WIS 





At Ixreakfiast, 

you can afford 

tobechoos3K 



Breakfiwt 
for Grown-ups 

... served ai^ time day or night. 

All pancakes come with whipped 
butter and choice of ayiupa. 

Tbe Conntiy 
BrMkfiwIt 

All Country Bieakfiasta come with 
two fresh eggs, six pancakes or 
hash browns with buttered toast 
and Jelly. 

Steak neggs- 3.20 

Bacon or sausage & e^ . . . 2^ 
Ground beef patty and eggs. 2.25 
Ham&eg^ 235 

Waffles 

Saved with whipped butter and 
your clM>ice ot qrups. 
Waille aptcM (with one egg 

and two strtpsof bacon).. 1.75 

bacon waflte. 1.40 

Straitlxny waffle (with 

«iiippedcreuntqH>ln^-- l-^^ 

Ccreils 

AascHted KeDogg^ cereals. . .55 

Juice 

YcNir choice oS orange, tomato. 
V-8*. grapefruit or pmnt . .45 

* Fmit 

Hidr grapefruit 50 

Mekm (in season) 55 



Break&8t8 for Kids 

Four iMmcakes 50 

WWTk. 95 

Tiger's Special (two strips 

bacon or sausage, one egg, 

four pancakea or hash 

browns, buttered toast 

and Jelly) 1.10 

French toast .60 



Omelettes 

Made with three fresh ^gs. Served 
with six pancakes or hash browns 
with buttered toast and Jelly. 

Joify Tiger omelette 1.90 

Ham, onions and green 

pej^rs. 2.25 

Ham & cheese 2.25 

Bacon & cheese 2.25 

Ham. 2.10 

Cheese. 2.00 

The Lite Breakftst 

One fresh eg^ English muflin . 
clwkx of regular size 
Juice, butter and Jdly 1.25 



Breakfost Specialties 

Jolly Tiger Special 

(one eggf two strips 

bacon, six pancakes 1.55 

Diced ham ft scramMed 

q(gB (with four pancakes). 1.85 
Twofmh^gs 

(with four pancakes) 1.45 

Corned beef hash & egg 

(with six pancakes) 2.55 

French toast spectal 

(with one egg. 

two strips bacon) 1.65 

Six pancakes. .85 

And a lot more! 

If you think our bmklaat nwnu 
looks ^xxL wait 'til you see eveiy^ 
thir^ we offer for lunch and dinner. 
All UM, ymi can choose from over 
ISOddicioussdections from 3 big 
menus, one for ^^tiwn-upa, one for 
kids and a special dessert menu. 
AU setoctlons are served aU the 
time at prices famUies can afford. 
Ctxne in aoon and you'll agree... 
you can afford to be choosy at the 
Jolly Tiger. 



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You can trust a Realtor! 

House 
of the week 




Tbb staldy "DimII*} bHill" 
Dutch ColoHltl hti 4 
bedroom, 2-1/2 balhi, aiHi 
liiige lim wiik flrcplKt aiid 
woodbox for the large tuMy. 
Lois of tall trcct wrrooads thh 
sapcrior home oa quiet slrael 



cloie to Khooh, Some of lla 
special features include a 
breakfast area, formal dining 
room, and burglar alarm 
system lied to police. You can 
move in quick and live in this 
prestige area for this very low 



Taylor Brothiers 
Realty Co. 

Paige Taylor, Broker 
3104 TYRE NECK ROAD 
ChorcMaad 

484^4542 





price-compare! Call MRS. 
RiCARDO for more detail* 
482-3234 (bone) or 547-455S 
(office). WE COVER 
CHESAPEAKE. 



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to tftt MMTt of QrMt BiMc* 

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Moplt wlw waot to chiT' 
tar ttt tMTM ff a rasMhr 
grawM^ city. EietlltNt 
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caafWaatial faterviaw 
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Comwil MlBa iaitt $303 aarf up, 

per sale. yar p e f i oa a H Blin^f 

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j CLUBS commercial! 

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1 KMPOKARY OFIICi: WORK '^^^J 
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TMtwator. C«m Ih mmI ftt ictRRlRtRi. W* cart 8 
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TRAILER j 

I 

VA Approved | 

No HoBM Correspoadcace I 

Wcckcad or Full-lime > 

Over the road expcricace | 

O.O.T.Cardimucd I 

^bariottcTnKk Driver School * 

480-3411 J 

7917 TMcwaler Dr., NorfoHi 



PIAHO 
TEACHER 

Experienced 
Reasonable Rates 

Call afler 6:06 
4S9-7447 




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FHlTiRwNy!! 



ia ttla ma. Na 
. NaWRal 
Car reqalnd. 



LOANS 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk County 
Finance Co. 

Locally Owned 
482-3381 
342 BattMMd Blvd. 

Wilson Shopping Shopping 



Tidewater Driving School 

547-5557 

"CaKmmrHm" 

"CiflNM by Mm ttata baaid af adMattaa far 
traialag panaat aadar II yaart of aft." 

GoRiplcta Mvarsifiad caarsa ta b«ia thra My at 
TMtRralar CowwRaJfr Coiafu Cal far r^istratiaa! 




CLEANING New homes 
and rentals. All kinds of 
Cleaning. Call 421-9787.. 



JC*S PLUMBING 



Repaint aad modifiraliMH. 

Nojub too small. 
24 hr. service. Low rales. 

461-9105 
587-3002 



DiBOLD'S 

m&cimT 

YOUR TIREO upholstery 
can be cleaned and given 
new life by Debold's 
Magic Mist. Call 425-608S 
for free estimates. 

4254095 



S. A. NUCKLi:S 

Ceramic & fl»H»r tile. Old 

& new work. Bathrooms, 

kitchens and porches. 

FREE estimates. 

Call 

485-3337 



NoJabtooMgorloo 



vice. lM0 overhead prices. 
We fhMHMa. Cdl aaydac. D 
R. Slakes. S53-7S92 or 
KS435L 

•IS-fSM 

•••••SSI 



R.H. BLACK 

HOME 
IMPROVEMENT 

CO. 

• Kitchen remodelinK 

• Baihroom reimNleling 

• Aluminum Mding 

• Gargages buih 

• RoomKMiii<NK 

• Carp«iiry 

• Rr^Jtaccs btiih 

• Gvi^ to Familyroom 

• Coowrsions 

You name it, we*ll do it! 
39»-l4S9 or 397-7178 

Anviinr fm Irwr e<awi«ic M 
MMMI J»7.7l7i 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

545-7318 



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tipariaHCa traiRlH 

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l)fy«MtocCaWs 

|420«095| 



ViniRialaac|i.Va. 



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Home Improvements 
C'MilrMlors 
Gan^e BuiMera 
Room Additions 
AhimimimSMii^ 
Roofs- Carports 
Kitctea RmMitelii^ 

Ha^l>:.NKk,.Sr. 
laaa rarii A vcmie 
( iMRiMMkr, Va. 



«FORKIDSl 

WtU Known 

Brands at 

DixmmtMcei 

Now Mjrtaf #«w»«rt 




486-44M I 

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•ROUPS • SOCIAL 
OMUmZATIONS... 
OUR VIRSATILE 
PROQRAIN CAN 

orrai YOUR SRoup 

TNE OPPORTUNITY 
TO BUY QUALITY 
JEWELRY A •rrS AT 
DISCOUNT PRICES, 
^LUS MONEY 



COLTHAI IMPORTS 
la aaw aeeapttas 
■Biaa far hm 



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BOX4MI 
Va.BcMli,Va. 23«4 

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WE ALSO INSTALL 

PLUMHNG FIXTURES 

•ALL UNDER ONE 

CONTRACT- 

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GUARANTEED 
VA. BEACH TILE 
CO. 
340-5038 



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HOME SITES FOR SAU 

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A Custom Builders 

SALES OFFICE 
333ProvMcnccRd. 

CAU 4«4-9317 



YARD HAVEN -Yarn 
and needlecraft - sidewalk 
sale. Savings to SO 
percent. Fridays & 
Saturdays. BeLo 
Shopping Center, Shore 
Dr. Great Neck Road. 
481-0935. tf 



VWITER 
BLUES? 

Don't 
Despair! 

I Oar new InHy 

{ automatic water cor- 

Iditioiicrsclearitap 
fast. ^ will analyiei 
your water at no cort | 
or oblation. 

I CALL 3404720 

AND SAY... 

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iCullign Water Cond,] 
|2373Va.BcflcliBlvd. 
Iva. Beacli, Vh 



2Spa^Natica» 



FREE CLASSES to try 

Tri-Chem Liquid Em- 
broidary. For further 
details call 464-9470. 89 

1 WILL CARE FOR 
ELDERLY. $375 a 
month. Everything 
furnished..424-9n8. 8-9 

WE DO UPHOLSTERY, 

slip covers & drapes. Free 
estimates. Fabria shown 
in your home. Discounts 
on all fabrics. 853-3904. 

8-9 

THi: FANNY D. FIN- 
NEY Evangelistic Hour 
may be heard every Satur- 
day at 1 p.m. on WPCE 
1400 AM dial. For prayer 
and Christian counseling 
dial623-5(M2. tf 

SUMMER SHOP AT 
HOMi: Catalog, Send 
name, address, 1. 00 to 
Griggs Gift Center, 3015 
NE Jonn Carlson Rd. 
Bremerton, Washington, 
98310. 86 



LNESSES. BIRTH- 
DAYS, ANNIVER- 
SARIES MADE brighto^ 
with fresh flowers, grew 
plants. S3.00 delivered. 
Weddings-funerals. 
BOH'S Hickory Ftoist. 
Satisfaction guarant^d. 
547-7548. 823 



PARTY? Let "Pixie" the 
Magician entertain your 
guests of children and/or 
adults. Birthday parties, 
church's, schools, and 
Company dinners, etc. 
Clowns available. 853- 
8852. . tf 

NEED Six Women in- 
terested in earning $60 to 
$100 weekly. Part time 
from your home. Call 420- 
0977 for appointment, tf 

DANCERS —Needed to 
join International Folk 
Group (performing). For 
more information, 486- 
7349 after 6 p.m. 82 

PARTY? Let "Pixie" the 
magician entertain your 
guests of children and/or 
parties, churches, schools, 
company dinners, etc. 
Clowns available. 853- 
8852 tf 

SERVICES -Window 
washing, grocery shop- 
ping-delivery, errands ran, 
dog.plant sitting, any 
small job you want. 
CALL 425-7052 mor- 
ninp. 726 



LOST DOG-Irish Setter 
and cocker-Red like setter- 
cocker size. lO years old. 
Great Bridge Ouial Area- 
July 31-aftemoon. City 
tag and rabies tag. 547- 
5903. Reward offered. 
Needs Medication. 

LOST-FIRST LANDING 
LANE AREA on botch, 
Sunday June 25, Gold 
ladi« watch with link style 
bracelet. Reward offered. 
Please call 547-4571 or 
481-7922. 726 



RATHROOM FAI.I.INi; 
•TopUaaW) Woel. AfART 

•nvKKsrmATvs 

•AHWoriUwHialted 

CARfS CERAMIC 
TILE 

VAH.<\NYT|f1|i,,4^7iW? 



neigB^rhood 

emergency 
drain a sewer 

SERVICE 

CaN Roaay Sawyer wntimt 

463-otai 



fi diitRMaMlai far lata 



AUSTIN HEALEY 1%5. 
3000, convertible, very 
good condition. Zero rust! 
Leaded rocker/quarter 
panels. Restored. New 
exhaust, rebuilt carb. 625- 
1120afterSp.m. 
816 



CHRYSLER-9 Passenger, 
Town A Country Wagon, 
air conditioning cruise 
control, mechanically 
perfect, new tires, drives 
beautifully. $4,100 firm. 
583-1396. tf 

DATSON 1974 B 210, 
AM-FM, 4 speed, good 
condition. "Used but not 
abused." Reliable 
transportation, $1700. 
424-4715. 816 

VOLKSWAGON - 1975 
DASHER, 4 door sedan, 
new tires. Excellent 
condition - going 
overseas. Must sell $3,200 
-sacrifice $2,750, Blue 
Book. 486-6785. 816 

DISTRIBUTORS NEED- 
ED for home parties. 
Exceptional commission 
and bonuses. Full/Part- 
Time. No experience 
necessary. We train. 
E.O.E. 648-6939. 816 

CORVETTE-1972 CON- 
VERTIBLE, red, full 
power, removable 
hardtop, air conditioning, 
good tires. "Never raced 
or wrecked!" Excellent 
condition, $5,200. Call 
460-1020. 89 

1976 MG Midget, 
AM/FM convertable, 
low mileage, good con- 
dition, $3,400, 461-3859. 
82 

RENAULT.1975, Ex- 
cellent condition, 15,000 
miles a/c, original owner. 
$2,850,461-3859. 82 

VOLKSWAGEN-KAR- 
MAN GHIA 1972- 
Excellent condition, new 
radials, 8 track, $1,550 
firm. 588-3314 9-6; 489- 
4230-6-10. 726 

TR-6~1969 roadster, ex- 
cellent running condition, 
new steel belted radials, 3 
tops, $1800, 460-2188. 
587-9089 after 5. 82 

FIREBIRD-197S white 
w/red stripe. AM/FM. 
Financing available, 
excellent condition, air 
conditioning, loaded, 
$5,495. Call anytime- 
499-0767/497-4572. 82 



llSaats, MtiRa 



VaWaNwr 

110,1070 



15« 



OaadRir 



IIMfif 

IllUMs^ 

CaEdSS-atn 

aPHi Straat aaa Same An 
3 Hacto aft Atiaallc Avaaaa 



11-Raali.Mariaa 



PEARSON-26', 1975, 3 
sails, dodger. CB, digital 
depth finder, 10 hp. Mer- 
cury, lots of extras, ex- 
cellent condition, $13,500. 
481-2764.461-4875. 726 



1970 CtHJPE DE VILLE- 

light blue convertable, 
excellent condition. 
$2,500,428-9321. 82 

CADILLAC-1970, De 

Ville Convertable, 
excellent condition. 
$1,900. Call 428-9321. 82 

1971 El Dorado 
Convertable-Great cond- 
ition, all accessories. 
Maroon. S3,(XM). 428- 
9321. 82 



i)4lal»WaalMl 



BOAT • 14 foot Monarch, 
carpet, batteries. Motor 
guide III, Mercury 1977 
VA hsp, and/or 20 hsp., 
trailer many other extras. 
424-5258 after 5 p.m. 7-26 

SPORTSnSHERMAN, 

24', new 1978, cabin 
bunks, all extras. 240 
CMC, ±m. Retail 
$13,995.^ Speill 
$7,795,547-5444. 82 



OoHzi-24' SPORT 
FISHERMAN, center 
console, outriggers, depth 
finder, fully equipped A 
loaded! Twin engines, low 
hours, fast, economical 
asking SI 1.500.428-7736. 
8-9 



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TWO PEOPLE NEEDED 

for newspaper circulation 
routes. We will pay 20-per 
mile plus $2.65 per hour to 
service coin boxes one day 
each week in Chesapeake 
or Va. Beach. Ideal for 
housewife or retired 
person. Appr. 8 hours per 
route. Equal Opportunity 
Employer. Report in 
person to Chesapeake 
Post 1024 Battlefield 
Blvd.. Chesapeake, 
Virginia. No phone calls 
please. tf 

SALES - 1 am looking for 
a person who has the 
desire to get into sales. 
One who feels they have 
ability for sales but have 
never had the opportunity 
to prove their worth. If 
this is for you, call 
Frances Gibson at 547- 
3511 between 10 a.m. and 
5 p.m. for an 
appointment. Tuesday 
through Friday. 

8/9 

SIMPLY STATED: 

Electrolux needs 
men/women to 

demonstrate vacuum 
cleaners in " homes. 
Commissions to 

$30,000/year. Own hours. 
Benefits. Please call 547- 
4949. 8-9 

CABDRIVERSDAY OR 
NIGHT shifts. Har- 
dworkers will earn good 
money! Diamond Taxi. 
Virpnia Beach. Call Mr. 
Bragg. 464-3289. tf 

DISTRIBUTORS NEED- 
ED for home parties. 
Exceptional commission 
and bonuses. Full/part 
time. No experience 
necessary. We train. 
E.O.E. 486-6939. 823 

PART-TIME.Shoping for 
major national cor- 
porations. Permanent 
local work on irr^qlar 
basis. No investment. In- 
clude phone number with 
response. Shop 'N Chek. 
Box 28175, Atlanta Ga. 
30328. 82 

SALES-HOUDAY 
MAGIC COSMETICS- 

Opportunity to advance to 
management. Liberal 
commission, car helpful. 
Tidewater area. Call 467- 
4040 No investment 
required. 

tf 

TIRE RECAPPING 
SUPERVISOR-For St. 

Bride Correctional 
Center. Must have High 
School or G.E.D. diploma 
and 4 yeant experience in 
tire recapping. 1 year 
which must have bem at | 
the supervisory level. ^* 
Salary $10,512 to $14,328;- 
with state beiMflu. Ca% 
257-0950.E.O.E. 8Bf 



BABYSITTER needed at 
my home-Deep Creek 
Area. Monday 

Friday- 7:30-3:00 p.m. 
Starting in mid-August. 
Call 487-4232. 823 

WANT MORE OUT OF 
LIFE? Turn the tabiM 
with extra income. In- 
teresting part-time work. 
Training provided. Call 
463-2021 for interview, tf 



UNUSUAL OPP- 
ORTUNITY-ambitious 
person who desires top 
management position 
within 5 years. Unlimited 
Earning potential. Equal 
opportunity Employer. 
393-1921. 89 

CLERK TYPIST-for 

insurance agency. Mature, 
must be willing to learn. 
Call for appointment. 
547-5555. 823 



HEAVY HOUSE- 
CLEANING DUTIES- 

Portsmouth area. 
Transportation will be 
furnished. 1 day a week. ^ 
Please call 543-1130. 82 

ALTERATIONS-Men's 

and Woman's clothing. 
Reasonable prices. Fast 
service. Please call Jane 
Altherr 467-9568. tf 

HOUSE SITTER - 

Reliable, local former 
teacher will house-sit 
resort home this summer. 
Will give loving care rdan- 
ts-animals. References. 
Call 1-703-552-6510 or 
481-1207. tf 

TUTORING, HOUSE 
CLEANING, sewing, 
cooking or catering. 
English teacher desires 
summer work. 486-0755. 
8-9 



GET INTO THE 
EXCITING world of 
ChindiUk breeding. Small 
investment, large return. 
For appointment 499-3278 
between 3:3b and 7:30 
p.m. tf 

DISTRIBUTORSHOP- 

FASH GROWING Sales 
business needs leaders 
who can work well with 
people. Excellent income 
potential, reply P.O. Box 
15043, Chesapeake Va. 
23320. tf 



DISCOIHUSTLE! 
GREASEI 5 lessons for 
cmly $5. Ex{rires August 4, 
Register Fridays 7:30 p.m. 
please. The Htotte Fac- 
tory, 2407 C. PKifk Ave. 
499-3411. 82 

PUD'SCeramics. Car- 
tified Duncan Teackcr. 
Complete line Duncan 
products. Greenwi^. 
Fitii^, Uiw)ue pfts. Free 
^i^nttt clan«. ^13 
PQtipsJU>id.4634)43f.tf 



HELP WANHD 

OFFICE MANAGER. 

Must be competou aad 
mature. Prefer r^dot off 
CiMsapMke Gi^M Brk^ 
area. Mtist be good with 
public relations, typing 
and bookk^ng. Good 
pay, benefits. CaN 547- 
4571. tf..^ 




DAMCE 

Now Open, 
g Special • 5 
$25. 123 B JHiyne 

^Vm., 420-4-«)() Visitors 
ai^ome. "LCTrn to be ^c 
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* EXPEBIENCE6 OR- 
GAN, VIOUN ft PIANO 

^iplACHQt now accepting 
itudoits using latest multi- 
key ffl^ods on standard 
fliU nze console oigan. 
Sytifphony experience. 
427-5339. tf 

PIANO TEACHER- 

Experienced. Desires 
b^inner studenu. John 
Schaum method taught, 
or we wiU work with what 
you or your child already 
has. Reasonable rates. Af- 
ter 6:00. Call 489-7447. tf 



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COCKER SPANIEL 

PUPPIES raU buff. AKC 
registered with papers. 
Had shots. Bred for good 
temperment. 7 weeks, 
$100,423-5832. 816 

DAIMATION PUPPIES, 

mother/father purebred, 
no papers, 6 weeks old, 
$40. Call 547-5367. 726 

EUROPEAN KITTENS- 

frec to good home. 
Mother European-long 
ears, multi colored, 
adorable. 482-3985. 726 

MINATURE COLLIE, 

female, less than a year 
old. I^ee to a loving good 
hpme-Loves people! 
Please CaU 499-6442. 816 

ST. BERNARD- 2 years 
old, beautiful. Free to 
business or family who 
needs excdient watch dog 
Has good disposition. 
424-2010. 816 

DOBERMAN PUPS - 
ABC REGISTERED-1 

male-black and tan; 2 
females-red and rust; 2 
females-black and tan. 
Excellent bloodlines. 
Championship heritage. 
Prked to sell. 622-4435- 
daily., after 5 - 427.2984. 
823 

GERMAN 8HEPARD 
PUPS2 nice litters to 
diooae from. Champion. 
E.R.K.O. Line. Terms. 






IRISH SETTER 

PUPPIES-5 mal^, AKC 
Registered, Price 
ncfotiable. 420-7625. tf 

MOSTLY TOY 

MANCHESTER TERR- 
IEB,5 months old, has 
shots. Free to loving 
ko^. Great with kids. 
497-4095. 82 

fUEE TO GOOD HOME 

•Kittots !^ Siamese uid l^ 
black.48M614. 82 

ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES. 6 
wwlu eM, reflatcrad with 
papcn, $N.OO each. 421- 
94itaftar5.Bothp8itBls 
■KCXcelMlttraadoii. tf 



FREE TO GOOD 
HOMES, healthy dogs, 
cau, kittens. Need homes 
at will have to go to 
SPCA. Please Help! 425- 
7146. Jim. after 6. 8-9 

FREE TO GOOD HOME 
PUPPIiS-Pekingese- 

mixed, 8 weeks old. will be 
anall. 587-6435 after 5. 89 



GERMAN SHEPARD 

PUPS^Regitterwl. show- 
able, 12 weeks old. 
diampton lineage! $150. 
461-3047. 89 




AIX TYPES OF NEW ft 

l^ED resUurant and bar 

et^ipnent. Come to Dixie 

' Scal», Inc. »0(W Granby 

fMwt. Call 623-7073. tf 



^ OARftWALNUT FURN- 

ITURE, glassware, 
picture frames, 

NASEMOND ANTI- 
(^ims, 1^0^ N. Main St.. 

&ffi9D[,53»^269 tf 

3 ^ - V - 

OFFICE DESKS-wood, 
^ food eonditfofl, $25; 
' OVnee diairs-reaionably 
^ priced. Call 418-0329. 816 

5 _:* ' 

1 



I is4Hteimtriiib~| 

AIR CONDITIONER- 

9.000 BTU.good 
condition, works well. 
Reverse Cycle. $75. 
Custom made. 42M^. 
823 



CAR PHONE-By 

Motorola, excellent 
condition, originally 
$1,800 wiU sacriflce for 
$1450. $14.00 Monthly 
operating charge. MoWng 
486-3228. 823 

CUSTOM PICTURE 
FRAMING EQUIP- 

MENT-includes large dry 
mount press and 60" 
chopper. Great businte 
opportunity-must sell. 
$1500. 623-5192. 823 

DAVIS SMITH 

HOSPITAL BED-used 

less than 2 weeks, total 
electric, excellent 
condition. $400 or best 
offer 420-1006. 823 

FLEXOSCREENFire 

place screen curtain type 
fits openings up to 
29"x42". $15.00 Call. 
545-3170. 



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+. 



CHURCH'S ANTIQUES 
ft SELUNG POST. At 

Fox Hall. 5029 East Prin- 
cess Anne Road. 20 pet- 
cent off with this adver- 
tisement. Please call 853- 
9548. tf 

MIRROR RESILVER- 
INGI^ee estimates. Quick 
Service, reasonable ibices. 
Free pick-up and delivery. 
463-2334. tf 

ROY'S ANTIQUES • 

1904 Laffette Avenue. We 
buy and sell. Used and an- 
tique furaitim. 623-9624 
or 837-6710 shop. Dealer, 
tf 

COUNTRY STYLE 
ANTIQUES-Monday 

Friday 10-5 Saturday and 
Sunday by appointment. 
2339 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
at London Bridge. 481- 
2380,340-3192. %f 



SIAMESE KITTENS and 

"^ adults- Registered. 

champion lineage, 

reasonably pri<»d. Please 

' call 461-3047. 89 



DINING ROOM SET - 

Must sell. Bassett, con- 
temporary, china cabinet 
with hutch. Paid S1200 
sacrifice for $850. 587- 
6781. 82 

LOVE SEAT A 
MATCHING CHAIR. 

green and yellow pUdd, 
bruid new-sacrifice $150; 
complete 20 gal. 
aquarium, filter, 
backdrop, make offer. 
481-4113. 816 

SEARS COLDSPOT-15.5 

Cu. Ft., coopertone, 4 
years, new, eiKeUeitt con- 
dition, reasonably priced. 
Call after 5, 464-1932. 82 

kitchen/baTh 

ROOM SINK843.00 and 
up, books .10 and up, 
much morel Things 
Unlimited New and Used, 
501 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
428-7841. 82 



FLEA NARKET-Shore 
Driiw-In Thoitre. Route 
60 at Bay ts^e Tumid, 
(^ea Saturdi^sl Sorry 
Qowd Sun(^y*-^ you 
Sunday lU l^^crik Drive- 
in. 481-St72. tf 

NEIGHBORHOOD 
YARD SALE-436- 
Barlcil*WlllMa Hdtkti- 
Great WtU^. Ai^art 4 ft 
S- 9-4. Nicfc-aacs, 
ciothlag, firaitnrc, 
books, aad more. 
BaifalM Galore. 91 



TIDEWATER Sew Vac, 
2710 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard; 340-3481 or 
6528 East Indian River 
Road, 420-5803. Recon- 
ditioned vacuums $9.95 
up. KIrby service. tf 

WESTINGHOUSE- 
ELECTRIC STOVE, »', 

white, 9 months old, Ex- 
(^lent condkion, clock, 
timer. .MKrifice $150 543- 
9462 between 5 ft 9 p.m.82 

AMANA REFRIGERA- 
TOR-22 cu. ft., side by 
side, a^ait condition, 
$350. or best offer. 4»- 
10C6. 823 



FLEA MARKET No. 3, 

3315 South Military 
Highway. Open Friday, 
^tuMlay, &]iMay only 10- 
6. bwite ttafe and table 
m-up» for tmt. 28 stalh 
to stfve you. Free ad- 
mission. 487-9803. 
tf 



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WANTED TO 

BUY:Window screens- 
46Vi X 2314 - sU needed. 
Please call Joan - 481- 
3478. tf 

WEbuy diamonds and any 
type of gold. 461-8261. 
Dealer. tf 

WICKER FURNITURE- 

Old fashioned, any con- 
dition, need broken pieces 
for parts. WiU do rqsairs. 
Call 461-8786. tf 



PUNOS-New and used, 
raitals/tuning/rqMuring/ 
rebuikttng/reflniahing. 
Peele ft ToUison Piano 
W^utdKMise. 5312 BuUding 
E. Virginia Beach Blvd. 
490-1653. tf 

LUpWHS PERCUSSION 
INSTRUCTION KIT, 

bdli. pad, sticks, ttand. 
caM, ete. For beghuwrs. 
$75. Excdient condition. 
Call S4^7727 after 6 p.m. 
82 



NORVIEW Rare Coins - 
Norfolk's most complete. 
Buy, sell, trade. Buyii^ 
silver cohu. 42 Southern 
Shopping Center, Nor- 
folk, 853-81 18. tf 



DIRf A-1. Black, fertile 
top irtl. Abo sand and 
ftUi Prompt service. Jack 
N. Pow^, Inc. 83^7844 
or 853-7218. '- tf 



FLOWERS. HANGING 
BASKETS, 8*-$3.00; 16' 
bunbs/swan plantos with 
pbuiU, $5.50; Lots ttmtl 
Comer of Pinewood ft 
200 Driftwood.486-6703. 
89 

TONY'S GARDEN 
SERVICE. Cfwiplete lan- 
dscaping, trees, lawns, 
fences, painting, roto- 
tilling ft sprinklers etc. 
Ftee estimates. 583-1674. 
853-2335. tf 

TRACTOR WORK 
DONE. Make your land 
ready for planthig. Gar- 
den, grading, mowing, 
discing, plowbig and bu^ 
horwork.347-7334. tf 



PBAeHESWettfer Orc- 
ttaiil-$3.25 peck. Open 
10-6:30. a(»ed Sundays. 
4 miles east of Great 
Md^. 1633 Mt. Pleasant 
Rd., Chesapeake. 482- 
1364. tf 

NEW GHENT 

FARMERS MARKET, 

21st Street ft Colonial 
Ave. 10x20' spaces 
available for produce 
vndors. 1 free day. For 
information call, 627- 
2787-53-2417. 89 

SilRIMP-$2.00 a pound. 
Head on. 934-2778. 8-9 

ATWOOD'S FRESH 
SEAFOOD. 1724 San- 
dbridge Road. We have 
OtMkCT, Trout, Bhwfish, 
Whiting, Cat fish. Clams, 
Crabs, and Scallops. Call 
426-7850. tf 

COWS^GRAIN FED-for 

the freezer. .45 cents a 
pound! All our customers 
are satisfied. Will ddiver 
to pacldng company. iMS- 
4244. tf 

FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily, green's 

Seafood Market. At the 

Farmer's Market of 

Virginia Brach. Call 427- 

3574. 

Open 9-6 duly. tf 

OYSTEn - Lynnhw^ro, 
shucked and unwashed. 
Opposite Kurd's Seaford 
Restaurant, off Little 
Ne(d( Rd., Earl Smith. 
340-5171. tf 

HIGHEST QUALITY 
HOME GROWN 

VEGETABLES -fresh 
from our own fields. 

Sscc'f '•Rics available. 
Oliver's Farm Maik.>, 
4^6 Hayiood Rd. 497- 
7657. 8-9 



lACK DANIEL 

WHBKEYnMHKUcut 

in half for {»tio plwiiers, 
with rope handles and 
drain botes. $10 ewrh. 340- 
3021. 816 



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JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, Tractors, 3. 
Hook-up «)uipment, fen- 
ce posts, peanut hay aiHl 
com, 545-8370. tf 



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ELDORADO-1973, 12 x 

54', 2 bedroom. Must sell- 
-bdng transf»red. $3000 
(total price!) appliances 
included air conditioned. 
Located lovely area. 345- 
6413 after 6. tf 



1976 UBRA.Neariy new. 
12x65' with expando, 3 
bedroonu, 2 baths, q>- 
pliances, skirting, car- 
peting, gas heat and stove. 
Has huge living room and 
kitchen. 421-3676. tf 



CLAYTON-1974- 12ii5'. 
2 bcdrooBit, ibadtd, 
chala Itaik fence, exccHcat 
coadMoa. Can rcanki OB 
lot. Tate over loan! Mnit 
mRI 4I7*11S1 after 4:31. 



FcBiale wishes to rent 
room to female. Wdking 
distance to Virginia Beach 
General Hoq>ital. Kitchen 
priviledges, utilities in- 
cluded. $75 month. Must 
have excellent personal 
references. 422-3797 after 
5 p.m. 82 

Feaiaie wishes to rent 
lovely air conditioned 
room with private bath to 
mature fonale. RadcUffe 
Townhouso-Westera 
Branch Area. Kitchen 
priviledges, utilities 
included. References 
required. Rnsonable roit. 
484-1796. 816 

LYNNHAVEN INLET 
AREA. Retired couples 
only. No pets allowed. 
Private on beach. 
Shopping Center and 
fishing pier seamds away! 
One house $175 per 
month. 3-1 bedroom 
apartments $150 per 
month. All semi- 
furnished. References and 
lease required. CaU 481- 
7230. 8-9 



BEACH FRONT MOfEL 

- Relaxing |»rivate beach 
on Chesapeake Bay. 
Sp«n(MB rooms $23 per 
day and up! Haven Inn 
Motel. 3812 East Ocean 
View. C^r family is lookin 
kiokii^ forwanl to serving 
ymt. 588-6327. tf 

CHESAPEAKE BEACH 

^ block from bach, I 
-..'ro^m, «^kly. Ai^ 
2^)9 Morton's rMd or caU 
853-2891/464-1883. Very 
rasonable rates. tf 

NORTHEND-50 yards 
from titt o^an. Lovdy 
ccN^p with 1 beditMMi - 
furmihed. 106 6Mi &reet. 
$165, per week. 34e>«22- 
94; 481-7325 aftar 3 p.m. 
82 



LOOKING FOR A 

mature roommate to share 
expeims on a lovely coun- 
try house with a large yard 
in Pluigo. Call 426-6877 
aftCT5p.m. 82 

NEW 3 BEDROOM 
RANCH • 2 baths, CAC. 
sdf-dean over, next to 
^f course, park, lake; 
easy access all bases. 499- 
9449. tf 

NORTHWEST-2 Bed- 
room house with 2 baths, 
all appliances, air 
conditioned, shaded lot. 
Married cquple, no 
diOdra, no pets. $225 a 
month. 482-4063. 816 



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METAL BUILDING- 
MOYOCK-best suited for 
auto garage. Bay with Uft. 
"We need a good garage 
in Moyock," Call 919- 
435-6311. 89 



SMar Ma Va. Batch 



CANDLEWOOD COVE- 

Exquisite 4 bedroom ran- 
ch, nestled in lovely 
wooded setting, 3200 
square feet of living space, 
3 baths, large family 
room, wet bar, large out- 
door screen patio. On 1 
|dus acres. Luxury living. 
By owners. 481-3142. tf 

ALANTON • 4 bedroom 
brick ranch, 2 baths, 
family room, fireplace, 
eat-in-kitchen, pantry, 
hardwood floors, 2 car 
garage. weU, $72,500. 428- 
4345/481-1908. tf 



WELLINGIIMI^ WOODS 

-3 bedroom ranch, family 
room, with fireplace, eat- 
hi Utchen, living room, 
dining room, 2 baths, 7 
percent assumption. 
$59,900,481-1034. tf 

GREEN RUN 

WOODLAND ESTATES 

4 bedroom ranch, 
firefrface in familyroom, 
comer lot. ExceUent buy! 
Many extras!' 1464 Pear 
Tree Arch, 427-3941. tf 

PEMBROKE MEAD- 
OWS. Immaculate 4 
bedrooms, custom 
fireplace, central air, 
family room, carpeting 
drapes. Reasonably 
priced-low $50's, 490- 
0221. tf 



•Mirt^Tam Far Salt 



FLORIDA -TRADE? 
EQUITIES -12 acre farm 
with 3 bedroom house - 2 
fireplaces, den, fenced, 
pond. Also waterfront 
lou,n<Mels, 461-8120. tf 

CAPTAINS COVE - On 

Eastern Shore. Yacht club 
membership available - 
nominal fee. Boating, 
pool, golf, recrMtfam cen- 
ter. Must seU. 426-7666. tf 

WINTERGREEN- 
waoded MMtafShe with 
water/sewage. Near ski 
lodge. Owner terms 
available. Selling under 
maricM imce. Call 1-703- 
886^)496. tf 



GMC BUS CAMPER 

converted from Traihirays 
bus. Fully equiped-many 
extras-ready to travel. 
Excellent conditkm $4500. 
483-2300. 816 

1972 WAYFARER 
MOTOR HOME 20'. 
sleeps 6, seif-coatained, 
3 1, WO miles, y>od gas 
mileMe. $5,500. Call 
Bridgeman-464-822S or 
464.«37eveniiv. if 




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CALL6254543 

(TTVPORDEAFta-TMl) 

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AT YOUR SERVICE! 

TO ADVERTISE IN THIS tBCTION. CALL JOAN 481-3477 




GREAT BRIDGE- 

Remodeled 2 bedroom 
home, 2 car garage 
central/heat, air, large 
yard. No. pets. $255. 
month. Stove/Refrigera- 
tor. 482-1237. 823 



1971 TRAVEL 

TRAILER-28', self 
contained, 3 year 
warranty, sleqw 6, many 
extras. Used 1 week! 
Original cost $8,700 must 
sell-unusual circums- 
tances. $6,000. 804-420- 
8664. tf 



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MANNING ft 

JOHNSON-Paint and 
general repair, guttering, 
carpentry, painting- 
interior and exterior. All 
work guaranteed. 
References. Free 
estimates. Call anytime 
463-1463. tf 

Addltioaa, enclosures, 
firepUces, bathrooms, all 
types of home remodeling. 
Free estimates ft design. 
Licensed ft bonded. Add- 
a-room Construction Co. 
481-0691. tf 

MOBILE HOME ROOF 
SEALING -$50. 

Maximum charge. Free 
estimates. For 

information Call t.C. 
Dotson. 487-2386. tf 

SPEEDY FENCE 

COMPANY-lnstallaUon 
and rqMirs. We spedalize 
in Kfaidergarden and dog 
enclMures. Pay whtt you 
can afford! 424-3273. nf 

AUTO-CRUSHERS pA-l 

-junk car removal. All 
cars towed away free, top 
dolhu paid. Fast service, 
497-5528. tf 

CHIMNEY SWEEPS - 

Don't risk a fire. GaU a 
professional. Smutter 
Bros. Chimney Sweeps, 
Uooued and huured. CaU 
487-9160 or 488-8801. tf 



BARTENDER CLASS- 
ENROLL NOW-, -all 
phases of bartending and 
wine service. Train for 
High Hourly Wages, pidl 
424-1599. After 2 p.mi b 

WILL BUILD YOU 
BEAUTIFUL NAILS hi 

your home or beauty 
shop. Please feel froe to 
caU for information. ^• 
3088-497-3370. 823 

SEWING-for men, 
women and children. Call 
486-8142. 82 

SEWING MACHINE 
REPAIRS. In your home. 
This month. Regular 
($12.00) now $8.00! AU 
work guaranteed. Virginia 
Beach Sewing 

Machine. 486-2111. 823 

PIANO DOCTOR- Fall 

reliable piano service, 
tuning, repairing, and 
regulating. Serving 
Southern Tidewater- 
Thompson Enterprises. 
Work on all makn. ^M>- 
4157. tf 

ROOFING REPAIRS. 

Experienced-any type, 
small jobs. CaU night or 
day. 625-9624 or 857-6710 
shop. tf 

HANDPAINTING 
CLOTHES A UNENS, 

monogramming, perman- 
ent-washable. Alterations. 
Green Run ft Kempsville 
Area. Reasonable prices. 
Can 467-6092. 816 

PAINTING-Interior ft ex- 
terior. CaU W. T. Althen 
for fast ft reliable serviM. 
Free Estimates, "WaU 
murals by David." 467- 
9568. tf 



INTOtEBTS EVERYONE 

The vuM conuntt of your 
hometown newiptpcr give It ■ 
rcadenUp that indndci every 
■■e group. 



HOME IMPROVEMEN- 
TS i^i^ .nMOatenaiioe, 
State Iicc4ised. ^ee 
^iBMtcs. Prompt, c«ir- 
teous service. QiwUty per- 
formance. 486-1344 or 
497-2320.^ tf. 



UGHT HAUUNG • 

trade aad Mver for hire, 
dependable, extra help 
avUMrte, no job too smaU 
or lane, 345-9330. tf 



STORY HOUR- Have i"* 

your child entertained : 
while yoa shop/work. 
Wednesday and Friday, 

10-2. For detaUs 482-1768. i 

Baby^tfaig also aviOlable. : 

8-2 : 



IMMLTWXM 

No ether nediini It boimd up 
wWi tfM euer y d e y We of your 
your 



NO WAX VINYL 
FLOORING, 9 X 12' 
rooms. S96. InstaUed. SO 
SMniries to chooae from. 
42041632 uythne. tf 




DON'T SPEND YOUR 

day off cleaning out your 
garage, attic or baaemoit. 
CaU itt for a free esUmate. 
We clean and haul away. 
464-6344 anyUme. tf 

ELECTRICAL CON- 
TSACTCMI'-I^ree esti- 
mates. 24 Hours service 
for your electrical needs. 
Action Electric. 62M089. 
tf 

FIREPLACES-Have a 

ctMttmi fireplace buUt in 
your home at a reasonable 
price by Michael ftHiU, 
RttpUM speciidists Ucen- 
sed, bondedftinsured- 
References;482-3636. tf 

TREE REMOVAL -smaU 

pari-time business that is 
able to fofer reasonable 
prices! Free estimates- 
Prompt service. 487-4371. 
_- tf 

RON WEST -TRIM 
CARPENTRY, cabbieU. 
paneling, doors, 
bookcases, formica, 
addiUtms or remodeUng. 
623-0201. tf 



HOME REPAIRS- ^ 

Carpentry, paneling, | . 
dou, fanUly rooms. Free : 
estimates. 387-2309. tf • 

FIGURE CONSULTANT 

• ^Ms inconvioit or t<i»| 
expoisive? CaU us for a f 
trtt OMWultaUon to set iq> : 
your personaliMd hooM { \ 
exercise and nutritional • 
program. Ouaraoteed : 
nsultt. 421-3442. tf 1 

BRENDA'S SEWING ft ' 
ALTERATIONS. QuaUty : 
work at reasonable i«t«^| 
Most orders ready next; 
day! Call 487-9727. tl: 

* * 

HOUSECLEANING-Ex T: 

p«ienced perscm desirei| 
day work. Hav|s 
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Miss Cynthia Rm Ftrtey iimI iiM Eric Jdmaon w«r 

Hurried Saturday. Jufy 22, at 1 pjD. in &v of the Sea Churdi 
in Vi^inia Beach. Father John J. Cotter offkdated. 

Hie bride, daughter of Mib. Evdyn auewsbui^ Farley of 
NorfoUc «Ml Raymcmd St. Clair Farley of ViriNa Beadi, mv 
given in marriage by her father. She was attended by Lfaida 
Halabi of Norfolk and her sister ^eidumie Brown of NrnfoOE. 

Johnson was attaided by William TuckCT of Lyndibuig ai^ 
Roger Trask of Viifinia Beadi. Ushers were James L. ^Igkt 
and James Lemeaux. 

Nfiss Farley was graduated from Norview High School. She 
has been emplcqred by United Virginia Bank and more recently 
by avU Service at N.O.B. 

The groom is the 8(m of Mr. and Mrs. Olom Ocvdon Ufkes 
and the late John Irvin Johnson of Washingt<m, D.C. 

He was graduated from Frank W. Cox High School and 
attended Tidewato- Community Col^ for three years. 

Out of town guests were the bride's sister, Yuvonne 
Dickerson of Frivaton, West Virginia, the groom's aunt, Mrs. 
L. Vincent Simon of Silver Spring, MarylaiMl, Mr. and Mrs, 
Wdr Parsons of Salisbury, Maryland, his cousins, Timpthy 
Simon, Tammy Simmi, and Mrs. Louise, Nancy. 

Also attendfaig wot Mr. and Mrs. Dtmald J. Whioiey of 
Hudson. Mass.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mae Neilly, of 
Annandale, Va., Mr. and Mrs. James Sutherland of 
Catonsville, Md., and Christine, Anne, and Betsy Edwards of 
Catonsvilk, Md. 

The couple will honeymoon in Athutic City and reside in 
St. Louis, Missouri, wha« Jc^uuon manages Walden's Book 
Store. 



Mrs.J.E. JOHNSON 



Hie Vir^nia Beach caiapm of Hdewata Community 
Cdl^ win offer eveiUng courses at Uttle Credc Naval 
AmphlbkNis Base and Oceana Naval Air Station for the fUl 
quarts. 

Tuition tot active duty perscmnd and thcfr dgim^iffntt is 
now set at the Vir^nia in-state rate of SS.SO per credU hottr 
reganUen of Iqpd rtate of residency. 

TCC is one of Uie original ooc^Krating collcfes in the Navy 
CanvNH for Achievonent CoBiavx for Dqpce pmgam. AU 
courses meet degree or odwr certificate requbcmeots. 

At Littte Creek. TOC wfll offiff twenty counes in a vMiety 



Beach man joins 
as sales manager 

Life insurance specialist Thomas E. Chance has 
joined the Norfolk Agency of Mutual Of New York 
as a sales manager. He will be responsible for 
supervising manpower recruiting, and the 
administration of the company's life insurance 
training programs. 

Prior to joining MONY, Chance was a life and 
health insurance consultant with another major 
insurer for Hve years. 

Chance is a graduate of Ohio State in Columbus, \ 
Ohio, where he miyored in commercial art. 

He and his wife, Mary Jane, and their three 
children, are residents of Virginia Beach. 

MONY's Norfolk Agency is located at 11 Koger 
Executive Center. 



of sttbjeds induding En^ish as a second tanguage. 

At Ooeaaa, three comes are offered, iiKdiuUng American. 
Histmy m, Oenend Piydiidogy m, ami Human RdMims 
and Leadenhip IMnhig. 

RcfiMntfon begins at the TCC IHrgbiia Beadi canqnis 
August 7th, irith qiedal mi-base rqi^nticm sdiedutod tt 
bodi bases Septambtt 18th. 

F« registratira hours and fiuther information, cdl the 
Office of Contfandog Edooadon at the TCC Virginia Beuh 
caaaiHis. ^•SOTO, eitaisioB 113. 



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The Virginia Beach campus of Tidewater 
flommunity College has a $300 scholarship available 

Jr active duty Navy personnel or their dependents, 
le scholarship was donated by the Amphibious 
fficers' Wives Club to cover tuition costs for 



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academic year 1978-79. 

Those interested in applying for the scholarship or 
other flnancial assistance programs should call 427- 
3070, extension 136, or visit the financial aid office in 
Building T-2 at the TCC Virginia Beach campus. 



TOO continues class at Windsor Woods 



'*rhe Virginia Beadi campus of Tidewater Community 
(Ullege is offering Psydiolon^ n, a general p^durfogy 
o|Urse, at Windsor Woods Library this fall on Mcmday and 
^^dnesday afternoons from 1 until 2:30 for the convenience 
o| Windsor Woods area residents. 

|nus off-campus course is part of TCC's continuing effort 
tftbring education into the conununlty at a convoiient time 



andi^ace. 

A special r^istration will be hdd tt theWindsw Woods 
Ubrary, 3612 South Plaza Trail, on Wednesday, September 
13 ttcm 1-2 p.m. 

Fot further inf<mnati(m, call die Office of Continuing 
Education at the TCC Virginia Beach campus, 427-3070. 



eUam graduate earns acholarsiilp 



iDelicia Hassell, a spring graduate of Kellam High 
^hool, has been awarded a four-year scholarship 

}m the Best Products Foundation to attend the 
iney Lewis School of Business Administration at 

Irginia Union University in Richmond. 

I The scholarship will cover all tuition and living 

^penses for Miss Hassell, who plans to major in 

counting. 

|Mi» Hassell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 
gene Hassell of 3304 Club House Road in Virgiiua 
ich, was elect«l to the National Junior Honor 
^dety and served as a member of her high school 
^ate for two years. She has also worked with a 
aecial interest group of the VPl Extension Services. 
JOne of her favorite activities at school was 

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participation on the debate team. Miss Hassell, who 
has been honored at luncheons hosted by the 
Women's Club of Virginia Beach and the Norfolk 
Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority, skipped 
the 11th grade. 

Besid» being accepted to the Lewis School, Miss 
Hassell had to meet the following criteria: graduate 
from the top ten per cent of her high school class, 
accumulate an honor average while in high school, 
and possess good communicative skills. 

In order to keep the scholarship for her entire 
course of study at the Lewis School. Miss Hassell 
must maintain a cumulative scholastic; average of 
3.4 and maintain excellent personal standards. 



OrthodonUsts named 
as society officers 

Two local orthodontists have been named officers 
of the Virginia Orthodontic Society. 

They are Doctors Bob M. Martin and Roger L. 
Vjsser. 

Dr. Martin was elected president of the state 
society of these dental specialists who correctly align 
teeth to perfect the bite. 

Dr. Visser was named to represent the society as a 
trustee of the Southern Society of Orthodontists, an 
deven-state regional organization of dentists with 
specialty training in this fidd. 

Braselton bmbw new duties 

Pam Braselton has begun new duties as office 
leasing agent for Pembroke Realty & Insurance 
Agency, Inc., it has been announced by Pembroke 
president Richard Oiivieri. 

She will be responsible for renewal space leasing in 
Pembroke Office Park, working under the direction 
of Mike Kauias, office leasing manager. 

She joined Pembroke in 1976 and was formerly a 
sales assodate in the new homes division. Prior to 
that she was employed in various banking posts with 
First & Merchants, Fiddity American Bank and 
Bank of the Commonwealth. 

Beach Eagle Scout heads 
for Opryland conference 

H. Wayne Everm of Viqinia Beach is one of two aduk 
volunteers tnm the Tidewater Coundl. Boy Scouts of 
Amoica, who will be heading for Nashville's 0|»yland Hotd 
next month. 

Everett is an Eagte Scout, a member of the National Eagle 
Scout Association (NESA), which wiO be hol(Ung its Uomial 
c(»ference thoe August 10-13. 

Also attending from the Tidewater CouiKdl will be David L. 
Mclnturff of Norfolk. 

The conference will include training seminars, discussion 
groiqM, and shuing of succeu stories by partidpants. There 
abo will be live eatertahunent, nationally-known q>eatos, 
and recognition for faidivklual members and charters. 



Virginia Beach Urths 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynn WatKm, son; 

Mr. and Mn. JdUi RIchud Chavez, scm; 

Mr. and Mrs. Jfanmy Wayne Elswkk, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. William RuMk^h Doughu, daughter; 

Mr. and Mn. Thmnas E. AOen Jr., daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Allm Nelson, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Kaye, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Paulvfai Chtktapha Brown, daugfata; 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry HIb, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Debnas Evert James, son. 



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porsonallEod, Individual attontlon 
with a mindful oyo on oeonomy. In 
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Fb^ nbht meettv set 

Viixinia Beach dty coundl'j first night meeUng 
under an ordinance approved Monday afternoon wUr 
be held Aug. 28 at 5:30 p.m. The period from 5:30 to 
7 p,m, has been set aside for the informal and 
ejMcuUve sessions with the formal session beginnina 
at7p.m. * 

Subsequent night meetings wiU be held on the 
fourth Monday of every month except for holiday 
and the fourth Monday of July when council does 
not meet. 

Other meetings wiU be held at 1 p.m. on the first, 
second and third Mondays. 

Councilman George R. FerreU east the only vote 
against the night meetings becatise he objected to 
requiring the staff to work nights without 
ccvnpensation. 



UnkNi confHet Stops woric 

The work stoppage at the Virginia Beach Arts and 
Conference Center Monday morning was the result 
of a union conflict, dty manager George L. Hanbury 
told city coundl Monday afternoon. He said local 
urwHi members objected to the hiring of union 
mtab&s from Richard by Baiic Cbnstruction 
Company. 



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City Manager O^ige L. Hanbury told coundl 
Monday afternoon that he has asked Anbrey Watts, 
utiUties director, to study water and lewcr lihe fees. 

Hanbury said that residential fees are much lower 
than hotel, motd and commercial fees. 

I ReWPotaHmmtesniioiinescI 

Richard H. Kline and George A. Woody Jr., were 
reappointed to the Virginia Beach Development 
Authority for four-your terms. 

Virginia Beadi city coundl made die 
reappoinunents Monday afternoon when five 
members were also appointed to the Sodal Services 
Advisory Board for one year. They are Marion 
Bright, Mrs. Louise Allen, c. W. Cathman, MlUson 
W. Derring and John L. Perry. 

CouncH meslbv cMo^ed 

Virginia Beach dty coundl has cancelled Its Sept. 
18 meeting to permft council members to attend tiie 
Virginia Municipal League meeting at die Omni in 
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Even If tte sMpiMn don't ^ilite fit, a handsome prince is 
bwwwl to eom sweep tMs HMe princew off her feet. 
WMlly Moqiiei with her Mother's allocs b 21-montb- 
«M Den r«Nan, dtagbicr of Sieve and DebMe Pocan 
ofVlfiWn Biacfe, Insidt ttb week the SUN takes a 
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Beach concerned 
inbatUe forfunds 



ByLeeCahill 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 

In ptist years, the State Water Control Bo^rd (SWCB) 
has aUocated a disproportionate share of sanitation 
funds to Northern Virginia, and Col. James Borberg, 
ading director of the Hampton Roads Saniution 
District (HRSD), thinks Tidewater should go after its 
fair share. 

He told Virginia Beach dty coundl Monday 
afternoon that from 1971 to 1977 $247.7 million was 
allocated to Northern Virginia compared to $93.4 
million for Tidewater. Projeded spending for Northern 
Virginia is $126.5 for a total of $374.2 through fiscal 
1987 and $222.5 for Tidewater for a total of $313 9 
million. 

Other allocations through fiscal 1977 indudc West 

??/'•'. f"*-^ "^"*°"' Southwest, $27.1 million. 
Valley. $52.1 million and Piedmont, $84.4 million. 

"JJto* • 9high Mimtor w #tl««af • from 

.u^^!SJ^ Tidewater's lack of representation 07 
the SWCa has something to do with the lopsided 
allocations. In recent years. Tidewater managed to placi 
Mm> represeninives on the dght-member board, mostly. 
Coundlman Clarence A. Holland said, through the 



f. former Ivrdffolk Mly«#Hdy B. Ma; . .. 
M* il^ leaned, "from fhistration" Holland said, 
and the other member i$ George CorndJ of Svffolk. 
Martifl was rqtlaced with someone from the western 
part df the sute. 

Coundteian Donald S. Merrick said that when 
Northern Virginia had a request for funds before the 
boardj 45 people testified for Northern Virgjiua 
including state senators and ddegates. 

"N6t a single senator or delegate from this area w » 
fightii^forus,"hesaid. 

The next public hearing on allocations is schedii. J 
for Setitember 26 in Virginia Beach and the Virginia 
Beach coundl plans to have as many Tidc« ler 
representatives at the meeting as possible. 

In the meantime, coundl Monday afternoon adopted 
a resolution requesting the SWCB to approve the 
HRDP request for total funding fw fiscal years 1978, 
1979 and 1980 to complete the 36>million gallon per day 
Atian^c Treatment Plant. The dedsion on whether to 
make (he plant capadty 36 million gallons or 27 million 
gallons wUI be made Friday (Aug. 1 1). 

The plant, Borberg said, is needed by January 1983 or 
earUer; but as funded by the SWCB will not be 
complied until January, 1^4. 

No funds have been approved by the SWCB for the 
Nansepond Plant which is needed by January 1983, the 
Ches^eake^Elizabeth upgrading, needed by July 1983 
or thcj Lambert's Point PUint phase II, needed by July 
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Soulradktes through ahoe npaMng 



ByRhondaJ.MiUer 
SUN Staff Writer 

Fuawal work and shoe repairing. Psychologically, 
they're the same, says Buddy Jordan. 

People, that's Uie key. 

Jordan rises from his sewing machine at Pant's Shoe 
Repair at Princess Anne Plaza r^ev« a purse. 
, '*F^ce teather," he smiles to the tady, and he's 
toucfcd her own appredation of the rich leather 
handMg. 

."I fwed everything on h that I could fix. It wuld be a 
Span* to do only part of it. " 
^ She's satisfied, asks f» poU^hig noomm^dations. 
* , pves wltii a wish for a good w«dcend. 
^Jt^fnot tlw usual business encounter. 

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J*tp jttst try on some of Uiese shoes.'* iiys a nan 
.S?^®" " ***^* I^ a pair on the sMf . 

- *|^ewetiieiWi««ieste the sh<v,"s<^ Jordan, 

I ail^Gani tiK room for a better pair. 
*ia rather tdl him the- truth tiian let Mm have a pair 



of shoes tiiat he won't eiaoy." Jordan stj^ as if he'd 
never heard (rf the **hard sell." 
_After 15 years in the funeral business, tiie saUsfadion 
Of hdping people diminished as the job turned toto a 24- 
hourHHHiy routine. 

Jordan dimgid perspective on hdping people and 
dfecovered that "riioes area chaMen ge.'' ^ *^*' "" 

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-NcHhing is aUke." M ^es, ttudy^ the rip in a 
soteasiftopercdveit8i<teit^, 

Jf a dog diews up a shoe, it's a duai^ to put fc 
backti^alrar." ' 

L«i*efwork wtt a tabby when JOrilan had horsey 
and tatang are of Uie ttdc it stiU one of his favorte 



Boots line some of the shdves at Pant's mkI Jordan's 
own feet bdow tte araw cowboy hat, d«iim JKJtet. and 
jean^ are prMecM by icrolled. poini«l cowboy booa. 

Letter Is h» qiedaflty, and he utvis^ thtt anybo<fc 
who buys sho«, (and who doesn't?), should buy leath« 
beaittebbrathes. 

H» pride in his leather work ettends tojewy shoe 
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Hu\ ing shoos can be a pn)hlcin. 

I oiisiilcr (Ik- (kisou who says he has iwo leli feel. 
Now he's got a job on his hands (I'cci?) when ii comes to 
finding shoes. 

Perhaps more common is the person biased with one 
foot that's a size larger than the other. He's either got to 
buy the same pair of shoes in two different sizes to get 
one pair that fits, or buy one pair and make one foot 
suffocate or Tight to keep its shoe one. 

What if you've got flat feet? The tops of your shoes 
probably rest three inches above the tops of your feel. 

Or how about wide toes combined with a narrow 
heel? You'll notice a shoe that llts your heel snugly 
causes your toes to grow inward. 

But worsi of all is the problem of big feet . 

I know a guy who wore size I4D. There was nothing 
wrong with him - he was just BIG. 




Pom ¥oii4e¥eer 

SUN News Editor -J 



The problem arose when he decided to gel married. 
He couldn't Find any white dress shoes big enough. Or 
any black shoes or brown shoes for that matter. 

He couldn't find ANY shoes except what he usually 
bought anyway - army boots. So he married in a white 
tux and a brand new pair of army boots. 

Some people wanted to laugh but didn't dare because 
the guy was so big. 

Last I heard, his wife wa.s trying to knit him some house 
shoes, but couldn't find enough yarn. 

Somehow I think he proved the worth of that old 
saying. "If the shoe fits, wear it." 



WasliiiVtoii, D.C. 
lias iost its giamour 



Everyone's angry but no one wants to get involved in 
politia. 

Chesapeake taxpayers motn over thdr disappearing 
paychecks and hurl complaints at their neighbors and 
co-workers. 

Ocassionally, someone gets mad enough to call a city 
councilman or send a letta* to the newspaper. 
Sometimes it gets a response. 

"Call your congressman," was once a way to get 
something done, but now voters are hardly interested in 
who their congressman is. " ' 

Bob 1>amd. 41 consMttHr'^ioi^'itiSr^lpected 
congressman, is usually tmown to get people an'wiswer 
to their questions. 

Perhaps that's why no one opposed him for his seat 
representing Chesapeake, Portanouth, southern 
Virginia Beach and nuMt of the Southside. 



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Bill Whitehurst is a nanw k^ astodtted with politics 
in n<Mthem Virginia Beach aixl Norfoft, and it looks 
like he is also keeiring a food hold on hit coi^essional 
seat. 

With a Democrttk preiictent, the two Republican 
Congresunen have proved that they can hold their own 
for balance in the two-party i^teni. 

Local Donocrats, with all the educated and informed 
people living in Tidewater, could not find one candidate 
to challenge the Republican stronghold of Tidewater's 
Rqpubliain congressmen. 

Doesn't anybody care about gouig to Washhigton 
anymore? 



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ByLeeCahill 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 

Virginia Beiu:h Coundlwoman Meyera Oberndorf 
failed to convince council to intervene on behalf of 
Kempsville residents in their fight against increased 
utility rates proposed by two private utilities rompanies. 

Council did, however, approve a resohitton 
requesting the State Corporation Commissio« to hold a 
public hearing on the rate increases within the city and 
to notify each customer of the two companies by letter. 

Council, at an informal meeting of council where the 
matter was discussed, also insturcted City Attorney 
Dale Bimson to report b»:k to council on the proposed 
rate increase after studying the strong points, weak 
points and legal aspects. 

Mrs. Obemdorf, at the informal meeting, said she 
was concerned about the rate increase proposed by 
Kempsville and County Utilities and suggested that the 
city intervene on the part of the citizens. 

The companies, headed by Stanley Warluich, are 
asking for an increase fo $30 a quarter from $18.45 a 
quarter at present as well as a payment of $24S for each 
customer in the Kempsville system and $222 in the 
Coimty system to pay for connections to the Hampton 
Roads Sanitation District. 

The increase is being requested for the interim poiod 
(effective Sept. 1) until the connection to tlw HRSD 
plant is made when the rates would presumeably be the 
same as those charged by the city. The city sewage fee is 
$13 a quarter. 

On July 17 council voted against paying $4 million for 
the two utilities. During the discussion of the proposed 
sale, Waranch told council that the companies could not 



ByLeeCahill 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 



A. M. Stevens has been running his serial advertising 
business for seven years publicizing various tourist 
attractions in Virginia Beach. 

In all that time, he said, he recdved one compldnt. 

That is, until a few weeks ago when one of his {danes 
made a forced landing in the water along the resort 
strip. Thm, he told Virginia Beach dty council Monday 
aftanotm, he recdved two complaints ~ one frcrni 
Coundhnan R. L. Riggs and the other from a motd 
owner. 

Stevens was at the council meeting, he said, because he 
had understood that Riggs was going to introdiKe an 
ordinance affeding his business. He said that Riggs had 
mentioned an ordinance on a TV program. 
Riggs said that he was concerned about the situation 
uid thought that guidelines might be necessary. 

During the period since the acddent, Stevois made a 
survey of property owners, at the resort from the 
Lighthouse Restaurant at the south end to S8th Street at 
the north. He said that he had five sons who asntted 
him with his business and if the people didn't ««nt the 
airplanes with thdr advertising flying along the cotat he 
owed it to his sons to go along with the people's wishes. 

Only six persons were against his continuing the 
operation and over 90 were for the aerial Mlvertising. 
He said that some motel owners considered it a SCTvice 



mm HRSD staiulanls. 

OoiiiK^an Rdd Ervin said that by tatervcBiaf for 
the d^izois. coundl may uncoya evfilaioe of any 
overchar^ng ex^ive rates and that the optkm (of 
hooking (Mito the HRSD) is not avaikblc. 

Mn. Obemd^f said that three years ago wbai the 
StiUe Corporation Commission tipptoytd a nH* 
inoease, "we didn't know until our bills came." If the 
inttrim rates are paid, the dtizens wouU have U> file 
another suit to have money refunded if the increase w»e 
asA made permanent. 

If for nothing else, Mrs. Oberndorf said, intervention 
will give the dty an opportunity to determine facts 
bdiind the reasons given by the companies' asUaf price 
for the utilities. 

Mrs. Obemdorf also suggested hiring outside txpaU 
to handle the case which md with objections from 
Mayor Patrick L. Standing. Councilman Jdm a. Baum 
also was against having the dty intervene. 

Mrs. Obemdorf ttpeated that it was an oppoitmdty 
for the city to ddermsine the real value of tte atiUtiei. 
She said the people, who plan to hire private attmveyi, 
are agreeable to having the dty buy the utUitici at, a 
reasonable price. 

Ervin said that the dty should concern itsdf with the 
dtiimis' case because "we have the responsibiUty of 
removing poUution." The d)mpanies are major factors 
in the pollution of the Lynnhaven River. 

*'If we can do it by opposing the rate increase, why 

not go to court and find out?... make it as 

uneconomically unfeasible (for the compuks) as 

polsible." He said the dty can question the justificatifm 

-^f the rate increases. 




to their customers. 

"So long as you're not going to make a new law," 
Stevois said, he had a plan worked out to ease any 
concern people might have. 

The planes are required by law to sUy SOO feet away 
from the beach at any altitude. His planes will fly 500 
feet away from the beach and further, sti^ng outboard 
of the steel pier remains. 

And ratiier than drcling ova- land ftt a r(»iiMl-trip, will 
remafai voer wato- foi the rdura along tlw shore 
exhibiti]4 thdr bamiCTS backwards. 

Steven said that he tiiinks the backward sipi will be 
read - well, ahnost as much - by people trying to figure 
out what the Idters say. 

Steveitf, who is also manager of the ScNrth Nmfdk 
Airpon in Chesapeake from which he openiiu his aerial 
advertising business, had five advertising planes last 
year, but is down to two this year.s The idanes fly over 
the wate one hour at a time and then retiun to the 
airp<Mt to change baimers. 

Riggs assures Stevens that he was "not out to get your 
job or business... just control." 

"I'm the one man who can control tiiose airjrianes." 
Stevois said, and he said Rigp didn't odl Ua. lie 
added that even tiie Secrd Service called him,, "not 
Richmond," what Prnident Curter went on a fldUng 
trip from Rudee Inld recoitly. 

Riggs said he was satisfied witii Stevou 
arrangemoits. 



I Lawn care workshop scheduled 



Are yott iriaaaing on cstaMiddi^ a kwn this fdl or «c 
having (UHkoky wiUi your pcesot lawn? Plan to mmd a 
Lmm Cm Woriabop on Wednesttey, S^tandicr 13. 

^MHwed i^ the ^^qinla Beadi DepartflMtt (^ AgllittQre 
/VPI Bistaakn Stntou, the w(rtdK9 iHO be hM itf ^ 
Viqaila Bea^ ReovitioD Casta. Two wwkdiops wffl be 
bdd, OM frcMD 1 to 3 p.m. and one ftom 7 to 9 p.ai; 

The woitshops will cover mrfgran dunces, tHaStlMaBmi^ 
and m a jntna n r r of , as «^ as weed, Aoue and iMeci' 



problens and theb: coittrol. 

Registnttion to required and mi^ be takea care ctf ^ flriHog 
the Viiii^ Beadi Departmott of Agricokun at 437'4iU. 



j RetohiUon approved 



Virginia ^ach city coundl af^rovni a rMolutitm 
which will make it possible to advertise tht 
wmstroction of Kemj^ville Road from ProvideiM^ 
^otd to Indian River Rnd in the summ^ of 1979. 

The r^olution requnts the Virginia DefMutment of 
Highways and Transportation lo program the 
construction with the city iwying 10 percent of the 
construction com, 100 percent ol the engineerii^ 
design, and 10 percent of ihc uiiliiy relocation cc»ts 
and adjustment. 



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nesday's editton. 

ArMts nasi be Ic^Me, pfeferaMy typt- 
writteii, double-spaced on gtanAtfd 
paper. 

Pictures must be sharp, sUmt aad 
puBled by complete infomatfmi. (AH par- 
tons ii pktures must be MmWM.) 

Th^t Is Ro charge for news arMda or pie* 
lures. 

Fictures cannot be returned uiiieM 
amngMients are made. 



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By Harvey J. Rldiniter 
field Representative 



TRIAI. WOKIL PKKIOD i;NCOURACil':.«« 
IIISABiKII TO TKST ABII.ITY TO ^OKK 

By Harve) J. Kidinger, Field Kepresenlative 

ProtaM) aHMil of the 2.8 million people gelttaig 
Kodai sccarily disabilit} benefits would rather 
work If Ihey could, llnfortunaieiy, severe pkyidcal 
or Micalai ka^iriHenlii rule oal gainfiil aviiviiy for 
neari« all. HhI ttlher<» wboNe disabilities are IfnH 
Nevere or whose rondiiiun is improving m»} fed 
tN> can do some kind of work, even though H la 
IMrt time or iavolves fewer demands than iheir aM 
jota. Too often these people hesilate acceptliii 
eaiployBiclil for fear of losing their social secarily 
ciNeiis. 

He social secarlty law recogalzes the 
laiportaaff aot oaiy of providing financial hdp la 
tHialiliil people, bat also of glviag then hope far 
wiaMlltatiaa. Soaw arc offered vocatfoaal 
lababiBtatloa services by a State agency. Othcn 
! to rctara to the work force on thdr owa la 
of thdr coadltloB, or they may have 



If yaa we a dinbled worker or a pcrsoa wha 
diiaMed before i^e 22, rccdvlag beaefHi 
a parent's record, aad want to try to woifc 
a icvcre diialMI^, yon are digiMc for a 
"trial work period" of up to 9 months. Darhi| 
ttaae f aumdM (not aeccssarily consecutive), yaa 
«li coathiBt tetdiv yoar sodal security chedu 
while yaa tad yoar aMlty to work. 

If afflar f araatht It Is dedded you are able to da 
■akitaallal gaUfal work, yoar bmeflts will ba 
paM f or aa a^lastBeat period of 3 addltfoaal 
Bwatta before they dop. If It b deckled yoar worit 
ii aot labitaatfaJ gahifal work, your checks wS 




I, a persoa's condition may Improve 
coadd>rably la a short period to the poiat It to aa 
iaaisr diiahihig. la tbto case, benefits are stoniad 
of aMdlod recovery after a 3-moidh 
it period even thoagh the trial wortt 
pcrMtoaotover. 

SfaMc the tttai worit provWoa to Intended to give 
yea a Aaace to ace if yoa caa hoM a Job, asiaar 
work actirity nu^ be dtor^ardcd. As a genenri 
!, <Nsiy months hi wUcb yoa earn more thaa 

of trial work. If ||u 
moatlp In whidi yoar ad 
on devote arare tbaa If 
coaat as trial work noatlM. 
At dM aad of the trial work period tbe aasoaal 
af yavaat^ais to oritical la detcnaitfag wbether 
yaa caa perform sabstaathd gahifal work. The 
fnaral nda to tf yoar grow wi^es (before imyrol 
didaedaai) are aHwc tbaa $230 a month, yoa nt 
eeadier e d to be doiag snbstantid work. 
Howavar, tf tbe work yoa do to aboat tbe saaM hi 
aai aa at ami ^aallty m done by other worken bi 
yaw area wbo are aot disabled, tbea It coaM ba 
c ea dd e r sd aabataathil aad ^afal, evea tboagb 
yaa eara IcM tbmi $230 a moatb. 

By tte aaaw tokea, totd laeome of over $230 a 
maath any soaidfancs not be condderei 
irtatoatiri gdnfal work. In maklag a deddoa, 
c aad deratlea to givn to boars worked, datles, 
Mdi Job performance. If yoa are sdf-cmployed, 
other fa^ton sadi as nuuuq^ment activities are 
tafcM lato coaddnatloB. 

a disabled worker recdvcs a 

" la addltioa to actad earalngs. Tbto to 

as "earatags" for the trid work 



If yoa arc a ttabled widow, wido^ 
sarririi^ tfvoieed irifs, yoa are aot d^Me for a 
trtalworit period. If yoa arc aMe to do iabstaadal 
pfaM weifc, bcaefito will dop 3 moaths ttUf 



If yoa hacaam dtoaUcd a secoad time witbia S 
yami witK yoar payaieats cadcd, yon are aot 
cHglblc for aaother trid wod( period. 




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PuMshed every Wednesday by Byerly Pubboatoas 
wtthmain office located at 1» rdsemont Rd.. Vtrdato 
Beach. Va. 234S2. Second dms PpRtige pdi at 
Lynnhaven Station in Vh^ginia vetch. 52-week 
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VIRGINIA BEACH 81 IN G ^KDNESI) A Y. AlJCiUST 9, 1978 3 




Instructional conference pianneu 
on educating handicapped children 



The Virginia Bead) Education Assodation «dU sponsor an 
instnicdoitti conferoioe on the education of handicapped 
children at the Hotel Roanoke. Roanoke. November 9. 10, 
and 1 1 . Tlie conferotce is for teachers and the general pabUc. 
Mrs. Hatwood FutitU. president of the VEA. emphasim that 
ndtlMT teadiers nw parena have been adequately prepared or 
inforiMd about PubUc Uw 94-142 which becomes effective 
ScpufliDer 1* 

Public Uw 94-142. passed by the 94th Congress, requires 
that public school districu assume the responsibility of 
educating aU huadkapptii children between the ages of three 
and eighteen in the least restrictive environment possible. 



Virginia has expanded the age range to include all children 
from two to twoity-one. This means that many handica]n)ed 
chUdren will be in rquUr classrooms for the flrst time this 
faU. 

Reggie Smith, director of human relations for the VEA, will 
coordinate the conference. Key speakers will be Dr. Fred 
Wimtraub, assistant executive director for the Council of 
Exceptional Childroi. and Jim Micklem, director of special 
education of the Viiijnia State Department of Education. 

ParenU ^seeking fluther information may contact the 
Vir^nia Besdi Education Association. 



CmncHau DomM W. Mcnkk niilociu symiMlk 
huiciffh to offlclilly open BowlMd incorated's new 

qiiirtcn im^thc LondM Bridge Imiiistriil Parit. Guests 
look on U IM Is Msisled by BowhiMl's pabUc rdatiou 
nauger CInrics E. MnfMd. The ceremony wis 
pKcedcd by ■ short welcoming tilk by Dak R. 
Gangnwarc Jr., pftsMent off the corporation. 

Bowland celeiirates grand 




Bowland Incorporated 
recently held a grand 
opening at its new location 
in the London Bridge 
Indtistrial Park off 
London Bridge Road. 

In lieu of the traditional 
ribbon cutting, Donald 
W. Merrick, the Virginia 
Beach councilman from 
Lynnhaven Borough, 
opened handcuffs to 
officially launch the 



corporation in its new 
quarters. MaiiUy 

conconed with security, 
the Virginia Beach 
corporation also i»rovides 
telephone answering and 
courier services. 

The Bowland grand 
opening was attended by 
councilwomen Meyera 
Obemdorf and Barlmra 
Henley. Included among 



the well wishers were 
clients, suppliers and 
members of the media. 

Although some guests 
came from Richmond, the 
majority were from the 



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Tidewater area. Parking 
was supervised by 
Bowland uniformed 

security officers, and the 
affair was catered by 
Pollards. 



Red Ctms schadulM 
parenting clMses 



The American Red Cross, Tidewater chapter is 
oH'ering two pwenting classes for expectant couples. 

The first class, a preparation for parenthood 
course, will begin Saturday, August 12, from 10 am 
to 12 noon. The six session class is offered at no 
charge to expectant parents who desire generalized 
information about prenatal care, labor and delivery, 
and infant care. 

The second, a combined Red Cross infant care • 
Lamaze course beginning Tuesday, September S, 
from 7 to 9:30 p.m. will run for nine consecutive 
weeks. Red Cross instruction for this course is 
presented at no cost; however, Lamaze instructors 
wiU charge a fee for the Lamaze portion of this class. 

Both classes will be taught at the United Way 
Family Service Center at Mount Trashmore in 
Virginia Beach. For more information or registration 
call 499-23 1 1 , extension 260. 



HELP! 

TMoctol A ForcT! 
IMoci«l A Parts! 

■iv Any Condition ■■» 
Contact BUI Mhy 

(D| 547-3939 
(N) 58^0232 



Fipejdass of instnititiMi 
on care foroMiMiM^ I 

The Virginia Beadi Department of Meotd Heahh aiMl 
Mental Retardation hi coniMcdon wiUi Tidewater Community 
Cdl^e will sponsor a mini trtfning course, ftee <rf diwge, for 

any adult over 18 years of age who is i^cretted in learning to 
provide care for tiie physically or mentally disabled. 
Individuals may earn additional iname by providing this 
service afto- tiie training. 
Classes will be held on Augurt 27, 29 and 31, from 7-9 p.m. 

and Saturday, Aug^ 26, firmn 9 a.m.-S p.m. 

Contact tiic Virginia Beach Respite Caie at 4^2-9313 for 
information regarding Uiis service or the trafaiing program. 




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from cover-to<over eadi issue is 
not only a wdl-lnforawd person 
on local evenu, but liii or her 
knowledge through this reading 
habit makes than become the 
most astute buywi in this 
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IS CLEARING THE DECKS! 

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^ Barbara NUes offers a most relaxing way to make 

yoursdf bnutifUl in ha New York style salon. 
PecUcures are Just another way of making a part of your 
body that is so often neglected Is *oft as the rest of you. 
First, Missy McLautfiin removes the polish and trims 
the toe nails. The skin te softened by a warm whirlpool 
so that dead laym and callous's can be easily removed 
with the Credo blade. This is a special instrument 
purchased from Oermany which glides along the surf ace 
remo^ng uawwtted ddn uid debris. 



Itie feet and 1^ are rubbed with a special cream and 
massaged gently into the skin. Heated booties are ptoced 
over the fMt and left. This enables the ofis to penetrate 
deep into the pores to further soften, ^^le the booties 
are being worn you am lay back and g^ a professional 
faciid from Beautiful Nails own expm P^gy Childress. 

Your feet have to tolenUe more abuse then the rest ct 
your body so why not give them a break and treat them 
to something special, like a pedicure. 

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then.. .well. ..your mother wears army boots! But wiihoui feet we'd be bored. girls who thrill to the tale of Cinderelli an^ bo* glass 

Where would we be without feet? Thcrewouldbenomore"lnsearchof BigFoot." No slipper. 

There would be no more suffering from cold feet, or more playing horse shoes. And -^heaven forbid -- no ^ W hether^|Qu're flat-footld or tm tip t9i|, whathw 

1 ^ \, aiw4Fs feet, or being nigeon-toed^ kiwfck-kpeed or Ji^^l^ ^>vr ;^ you're a top ^cer or $ta^^yp^y«c^ 

Tate a moment to consider the subject of feet. bowlcggcd. Wiii|ft*rtieWks who gi^home after »^i|pd ^ 

Fjeet. Toes. Ankles. Shoes. No more complaining about someone who has "feet '•p^tfielr feet up," Or the si^^rstitious w^o carry a ' Jtisi iiiale sure yMi *'Vc^ 

If you don't think they're important like a duck" or who dances with "two left feet." rabbit's foot for good luck. And don't forget the little never "put your foot in your month." 






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try foot ref^ohgy 

By Rhonda J. Miller 
SUN Staff Writer 

She treats feet. 

"Through the feet, she also treats the liver, stomadi. 
neckandeyes. 

"All parts of the body can be treated thrwigh foot, 
reflexology," explains Phoebe Held as she l^)|die■ 
pressure to particular pdnts in the foot of LcNrrahic 
KendlCT in her home on 60th Street in Virgii|ia Beach. 

The reflexology treiumeitt was taught to Mb, FMd bf 
a specialist in the field of mental medidne, A^and Ley, 
whos clinic is located in Texas. 

The basis of the theory is that all of the body*s nnves 
run from the feet to the brain, and thiU i^ysical 
IH-oblems are blockages in the nervous system. 

Clearing out the channel is like blowing dutt out 
through a straw. 

The reflexology treatmmt itself is usually limited to 
under half an hour. If necessary, it can be done Kvcnd 
timesaweek. 

Patioits can learn to focus on thdr own i^iysKal 
blockages for thonselves, and use simple iHtsstfra^' 
foc^ massage techniques to improve thdr ovmiU bei^. 

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Shoes, shoes, shoes, everywhere shoes! More glamour 
to the feet tlwn ever. 

Flat lace up shoes and storter boots are teamed up 
with wool skirts. Keep your hem one hand length from 
boot top, unless it's an over the knee boot. The boots 
•re cropped short ami the 1^ are layered heavily 
instead of the last year look of the knee high boot and 
laverMl clothing. 

The night shoe is splashed with rhinestones, gold, 
silver, satin and anything dK that catches the light. 

Soft suedes such as the one Garolini designs is an 
degant day shoe that can be suited for evening as well. 

In the world of men, tiwUtimial looking shoes are 
making a bigger hit than ^er this season. Fathers i. 
aren't the only one getting that ivy league look this fall. 
Seek European dress shoes ue another way of making 
people notice your dress. Thoe classy leathers are good 
for any tweed suit or cashmere (»rdigan. 



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gold ankle chdn; bottom left - brown trimmed In gold; 
right • taupe with gold trim. All three are "CaroUni" 
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Top SUen, Earopcaa aid tradltioMri leather loafers arc 
on the list for men this fall at Dan Ryan's. 



Rodiatrist'8 world is below the ankle 



By Rhonda Miller 
SUN Staff Writer 

|y scop# ends at the ankle," says Dr. Tischler as 
he Inswers a call from a doctor about his wife's torn 
kn^ cartilage. 
Pfeet arc an unlimited scope and the energetic 

datrist lets his patients know that everything affects 
feet, from smoking to running, 
"ischler's diagnosis is often based on hypcrmobility 
of ^e feet, which means that the many bones in the foot 
mole when they should be stable. 

ptMcnPM fl pHWlIc now off 
"o rt h o Mc ". to h— B tha ioot tloMt. 

keep the body from straining other muscles and 
s to compensate, Tischler sometimes prescribes a 
ic mold of the foot, an "orthotic," to keep the fd(M 
e. 

a runner and a doctor who treats many athletes, 
ler sees that latent foot problems often arise once 
le start putting more pressure on their feet. 
Although "the body is made to stand on the feet all 
d^tohg." everyone needs a,routine foot check-up as 
r uch as an annual visit to the family doctor or dentist. 

Children are most easily treated, but Tischler sees that 
* Ganges occur in the body every day," and that any 
s rt of foot problem can be helped with treatment. 




Tischler began his foot work at an early age, when he 
Hped massage his father's feel to aid an ankle 
tohlcm. 

When he ^)i to medical xduHil, he found ihai hi<i 
ilcrcst gravMlcd toward ptnliatry. 

He sees in himself a new image of a foot doctor. 

"They used to oil us chiropcxiists, and peoi^e 
Mughi we were just good for cutting corns and 
lllouses." 

Now it's a broad and interesting field, and Tischler 
^ the interest growing when he speaks to schools and 
wnmunhy groupi^. 

His Chcinipeake ulikc on Indian River Road is as 



busy as his Virginia Beach office at Pembroke Two, 
with one mnin difference. 

All the athletes apfxar at the Virginia Beach office. 

He lays his foot skeleton on the desk, shows the 
movement of the bones, then takw off his shoes and 
shows it in his own foot. 

He makes sure his patients enjoy learning about their 
feet by enjoying the sharing of his knowledge. 

That's got to be a step in the right direction. 





Shoe repair 



Continued from page 1 . 

that comes into the shop, and Jordan often arrives at 6 

a.m. to "ke^ ahead of hinudf ." 

His 1 1 to 12 hour day is graced with a hospitality to 
his customers that always finds time to meet their needs. 

Be it a camera case or a sandal, Jordan sees to it that a 
visit to his shop is a satisfying encounter. 

As a customer waves a friendly goodby, his 
concentration returns to repabing the worn shoes. 

There's soul in his work. 



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RsMkhntM zoning Ai ooIm and acdthnt poUatU toot 



Time to wrestle with Oceana 



ByLeeCahill 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 

*'Wh«i is this council going to wrestle with Ocouia?" 
uked Vii^iiiia Beach City Councilman Reid Ervin. 

ApiMu^ntly it wasn't Monday afternoon when council 
apfvoved higho' density zoning for property which is 
pvtly irithin the Navy's noise and accident potential 
zcHies/ 

By a vote of 7-4 council approved the petition of 

fi^Hneron A. Muiidni, etal., for changes of zoning from 

A&l Agrfcultuiml District to B-2 Community-Business 

IXstrict on a one-acre parcel and from AG-1 

Ipkpneultural District to R-8 Residential District on a 9.7 

f-e paro^ on the wnt side of Otxana Boulevard, south 
Harper Road iiLRrincess Anne Borough. 

Lcdr. S.L. Jackson, of the Naval Air Station at 
Oceana, opposed the rezoning because part of the land 
falls within the noise and accidoit potential zones 
ddiuMted in the Air Installation Compatible Use Zone 
study 

Calvin Spain, attorney for the applicants, said that 
only 2^ acres of the property fails within the zones of 
which a road will take up one acre and open space part 
of the remainder. 

Cooimandn Jfckson said that " Vithis time it's a little 
more than an acre, the next time it may be 10 acres." He 






suggested mini-warehouses and added, "we would not 
like to have any residoitial develt^mmt th«-e." 

Councilman Donald S. Merrick said the application 
was (teferred twice so that something could be worked 
out. 

Councilman J. Curtis Payne said that he didn't "see 
that we can render the property worthless." 

Merrick said that he understood that the Navy now 
has $10 million or more available to buy air space. 

Ervin said, "When is this council going to wrestle 
with Oceana?.. .We're saying whoievo- We refuse to let a 
prcq^erty owner rezone we are taking his propaty...Is 
council going to Kcejpi the line (AICUZ' delineations) 
to protect Oceana)" 

Councilman John A. Baum said that no appraise will 
say the pre^t zoning is the highest and best use for tte 
land. 

"You argiw...we don't stop until we get to Oceana?" 

"The federal government has to pay when it takes 
people's property rights," Baum replied. 

"I don't think that's the question," Ervin said. 

Voting for approval were Councilmen Payne, Baum, 
Clarence A.HoUami, R. L. Riggs, Qwt$t R. Ferrell, 
Mayor Patrick L. Standing, and vice Mayor J. Henry 
McCoy Jr. Voting against the motion were Coundbnen 
Merrick and Ervin and Councilwomen Meyera 
Obemdorf and Barbara Hoiley. 



Oitlnttice to protect resMents 



ByLeeCahUl 
SUN Public AfTairs Writer 

Viigtaiia Beach city council next Mcmday will consier 
an (mfinanoe Hrst prc^xMed in 1973, along with other 
plans to protect re^daits of homes located in noise or 
at^leitt »»nes delineated by the Navy. 

CoHndhnan Reid Ervin suggested the ordinance, 
propmed by him in 1973. as a start in dealing with 
fVoUeoif arising from Navy flight activity at Oceana 
Master Jet Base and Fentress Naval Air Facility in 
Chesapeake. 

He said he ^m conWned with the way in which 

'lirepvation of the ordinance is bdng api»-oached and 

"bcame tiM scope of an ordinance being p^;>ared now 

ifill iq»parently be limited to disclosure about aircraft 

;:^ik^and crash zcHies. 

Dtvid M. Grodtmal, an asnstant to the dty manager 
for government rdations, has worked on a mandatory 
proposal for two and <Mie half months. While tlw Navy 
has nipported a niandatory program, representatives of 
the Itdewater Bdltters Association and tiie Tidewater 
Real Estate Association are promoting a voluntary 
disdmure program. 

&vin said Monday afternoon that the council, or a 
c(»imHtee of its OMmbers, is the logical body to sit with 
the staff and die dty manager with partidpation from 



real atate and buildo' tnterestes as well as the Navy. 

Rdd said that "a newcomer to our dty purchasing ft; 
dwdUng <x even rmting is oititied to know any^ 
potmtially undenrabte fottures marby." 

The Navy has prepared an Air Installation 
Compatible Use Zone study (AICUZ) delineating ali 
noise and »xidait potential zones around the airports. 
The Navy has conastentiy opposed residential or any 
high density devdo{»nent in these arras, often withoi 
success. , 

Ervin's ordinance miuires sellers and lesson of 
residential property to notify the purchaser or lessee 
tiiat he is entitied upcrn request to see copies of th« 
subdivision plat, planned unit development goieral 
l^an, master tnuisportation plan, aircraft information 
map, land use nuq>. 

A notice to the lessee inducted states that "because of 
the presence of heavy aircraft over coiain portions ot 
the dty of Vii^inia Beach you are hereby advised that |^ 
your lessor or his a^nt is required by law to show you,' 
upon your request, a oopy of the current Aircraft' 
Information Map as a>mpiled -by the dty before any 
rental options or agreements are signed." ' 

Residents have conqjlained in tiie past that they werr 
unaware before mo^ng into their homes that they were; 
located in the noise or crash potential zones of the air 
stations. 



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Parks and Recreation schedules plenty for August 






The Virgtnk Beach Department of Parks and 
ion has scheduled the following events for 
ugust: 

9 - Recreation Support Prc^am (RSP) picnic, 10 
- 4 pm Little Island Park. 

10 - Summer playgrounds and teen centers close 
[or sununer. 

11 - State hula-hoop championship, Norfolk 
krena, 12 noon. Four Virginia Beach winners will be 
(mipeting. 

1 1 - Senior dtizen trip to Gem and Mineral Show, 
save 10 am, V.B.R.C. Reservations must be made, 
all 467-43 16 between 9 am and 3 pm. 

12 - Atlantic Saddle Qub horse show. 6 PM, 
*rincess Anne Park show ring. 

2 - "Arts in ti« Parks" present "downing" 
shop «itpniy t. Tfaihawf Parkr- "^ — 

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• Adult oiss review and display. Partidpants 
from the adult sununer classes will demonstrate their 
new-found knowledge and expertise, 8 pm, theatre, 
V.B.R.C. 

13 - Atiantic Fleet Band "Gale Force" in concert 7 
pm, hbHTwegian Lady Park. 

13 - 26 - "Virginia Beach: A Photographer's 
Paradise" exhibit cpdis. tiieatre lobby, V.B.R.C. 
First Annual Viifinia Beach photography contest 
exhibit. 

14 - "Jokari" {nracticefor tournament (pre-teens 




and teens) 9 am • S pm, "multi-purpose" room, 

14 - Deadline for entering community footbaU and 
girls basketball teams, oUl 467-4884 for information. 

14 • Adult flag football meeting and clinic, 7:30 
IHn, 4700 Recreation Drive. 

14 - SoccCT Day Camp. 9 am - 4 pm, Thalia 
Elonentary School. Call 467-4884 for information. 

15 - Riding practice at Princess Anne Park show 
ring every Tuesday and Thursday, 6 - 10 pm, 
continues through Septemba-. 

15 - Paul Bunyan Day for pre-teens, 10 am. 

17 - Smior dtizen annual dty-wide picnic, 10 am - 
2 (Hn, Princess Anne Park. 

18 - Pre-teen trip to King's Dondnion. must 
ior to triKinve f rotti^ 



gymnasium, V.B.R.C. Call 499-1281 for 
information. 

23 - Senior cbizms visit tlw Hariior Tour, leave 
V.B.R.C. at 9:30 am. For reservations call 467-4316 
between 9 am - 3 pm. 

23-27 - "Evernnan" summer teen production with 
original music. Curtain 8 pm, theatte, V.B.R.C. 
Reservations requested, Call 499-1281 . 

24- Skateboard competiti(m fw pre-teen, site to 
be announced. For information see staff in tem 
lounge, V.B.R.C. 

26 - Singles ten^ tourmmait for ages 17 years 
and jup. 10 am, tennis courts, V.B.R.C. 

26 - Annual therapeutic recreation swimming 
Olympics, pool V.B.R.C. 

26 - Teen Disco Dance, 8 - 11 PM* Room 117, 



All {vograms are free unless otherwise stated. 

For more informati(Mi contad dther Virginia 
Beach Department of Parks and Recreation, 4700 
Recreation Drive, Virginia Beach, VA. 23456, 467- 
4884, or Virginia Beadi Recreation Cmta, 800 
Monmoutii Lane, Virginia Beach, VA. 23462, 499- 
1281. 







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19 - "Arts in tiie Parks" presents "The Brementm 
Musicians" puppets performed by the Norfolk 
Department of Parks and Recreation, 4 pm. Princess 
Anne Park. 

19 - Tidewater Western Riders horse show, 9 am. 
Princess Anne Park show ring. Rain date August 
26tii. 

19 - C.L.A.S.P. Dance, 6:30 - 9:30 pm. 



28-|iriMMMMN|nentfdr! 
4 ixn. groiiodSrV.B JtXT. 

29 - Cmnnunfcy football dinic and meeting, 7:30 
pm, I^inoess Anm l^k. 

31 - Teen summer billiards duunpionships, 4 jmu, 
teen game room V.B.R.C. 

3f • S^. 9 - Shakeqieare Festival Tour to 
Stiitford, Ontario spomottd by Vfarginia Beach 
Dept. of Parks and Recreation, Parforming Arts 
Unit. Call 499-1281 for information. 




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and Loan A88N. 

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Cbttrch Aceouats Welcome 



Todd Elactrlc Company 

Reary sad Mosts Todd tad Staff 

Praaton's Pharmacy 

1411 Poiadaster Street S4S-7SI7 
Jtaes L. Marshall tad Ebi^oinms 

Chaaapaaka Savinga and Loan 

FrsBk N. Wood aad Associates 

Southarn Stataa 
(^laaapaaka Aaan., Inc. 

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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D >Vl!»NESDA Y, AUGUST f , l*fl 7 



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Junior golfers prepare for tournament Roy Rogers presents free concert 



Jmdw gdfm, let ready for Uie Second ,^ ^„ 

TouniMiieii!, ipoMored by the Vliitak ^ 

Pirki and Recreation Augutt 16 and 17 at Bow Citek Golf 



Young {ri^rors between the agei of nine to 17 yean of an 
are eUgiUe to participate in the tournament. 

IHee off time it 8:30 t.m. (m tlw 16 and 17, widi tropiiy 
preeentationat 2 p.m. on the 17. Rdodate tm the toaramait 
wiU be the 18. 



ASS.S0nfi«ittl»f«el»fleii|tedwliiibhKlBtfaifreen8fee 
and • poat-toumament cede-out. to r^i^ar, contact Mike 
Bonevita at the Bow Oedc Pro Shop or call 4S6-06O. 

HnjiwtwiileoapeteitttheMlowiagatetroapa. nine-U 
yeva, 1M4 yevt and 1M7 yean of aga. Bquifamt and cart 
reuMl are available. 

For ftwther inf<miMtion contact the Bow Qedc Oolf Cmirae 
Pro 9k9 at M64960 or the ^^i^inia Beach Dqpartment of 

Paria ud Recreatiao irt 467-48t4. 

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Audttions 



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for Shakespeare play 



"Twelfth Night," or "What You WiU," by WUUun 
Sh«kespeare. will have open auditions on 
Wednesday, August 9, through Friday, August 1 1 , at 
the Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 800 
Monmouth Lane. 

The auditions will start at 7 p.m. and run till 10 
p.m. All roles are open. "Twelfth Night" has a cast 
of fifteen major roles-twelve male and three female. 
In addition to the lead roles, there are a number of 
mailer i»rts available, such as lords, ladies, sailors, 
officers, musicians and other attendants. 

Call backs are scheduled for Sunday, August 13, 
fh>m 1 to 5 p.m. 

This production is bdng produced by the 
Sbakespeare-By-The-Sea Company of the Virginia 
Beach Parks and Recreation's Performhig Arts Unit. 



This c(»npany is the group which performed last 
seison'i "The Taming of the Shrew." 

Opening night for "Twelfth Night" is scheduled 
for Octd>er 19 and it will have a run of ten 
porfonnances at the Recreatira Cento- Theatre. 

Henry deShidds is the director. In addition to 
actors, d^hidds is looking for people who are 
hiterested in stage managing, props, technical people 
of all types, as well as musidans who can play 
recorders and other Elizabethan instruments and 
music. 

It is strongly recommended that th(»e who are 
going to try out for the available roles read the play 
m advaiwe and have some idea of the charaden for 
which they wish to audition. 

For further information, call 499-1281. 




LOCAL TOUCH 

No other mediuai is bound up 
with the everyday Ufe of your 
community more ^ttan : your 
inmeiown newspaper.' 



MIOUINOPORPAU 



Giants ar0 champhm 

The Gluts T-bali team of tiie Great Neck RccnatlM 
AModnlion is the 1978 T-bali chanploB with a record 
«f 11-1. Team members from left to ^|rt ate: row one • 
Pal Hoiaa, Scott Schctthamer, Julie Voi SoiUI, Matt 
CaAg, Todd Ewen; row two - Ted East, Rosa DOMd, 
^pnay Oipdaad, Bowen Bcachaa» Kmy Smith; row 
three ^llch Jarrett, Pete Brtakaaaa, I>avc Von SvakU, 
Chfb Bateaborst, Al Forehand. Not plctared arc player 
hOkc PdtoB and coaches Batenhorst, Ewca, Beaduwi, 
Brlniunan and East. 



QuoMiMll^adMn 
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1507 LatMn Rd. 
23454 



Roy Rog«9, the roiowned "King of the 
Cowboys," will be in Virginia Beach August 12 to 
present a free outdoor omcert at the Roy Rogers 
Family Restaurant at Witchduck Road and 
Independence Boulevard. 1 

The concert will begin at 8 p.m. Rogers will oe 
joined by his musical group the Sons of the Pioneers. 

Rogers and the group will sing "Happy Trails/' 
"Cool Water," "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," and 
numy other popular hits. The (X)ncert will be similar 
to the Roy Rogws Show that is presented throughout 
the country at state fairs and rodeos. 

R(^«-s, along with his wife Dale Evans, continues 
to hold moi« all-time box office records in major 
sute fain and rodeo appearances than any team in 
the entertainment industry. 



The con(^rt stage will be set up in the parking lot 
of the Roy Rogers Family Restaurant. Free 
autographed pictures will be distributed before the 8 
p.m. show. 

During his visit here, Rogers will provide specid 
help to the Virginia Affiliate of the American Heart 
Association and to the Tidewater and the Poiinsula 
chapters. 



Commission meets today 



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The Parks and Recreation at 3 pm at the ^ligiaia Beadi 

Raor^kiB Oaniar. Boom* 
Commission will meet today m^ ^ 



Here we lome cMtnge cleanup 
tips. Cane, wiclcer and bunboo 
furniture clouu best with the 
dusting brush of your cleaner. 
To prevoit sununer ftimiture 
from drying out and splitting, 



wet it thoroughly once a year. 
Keep a batch of inexpensive 
thong sandals outside for guestt 
to don after hosing their feet and 
before coming inside from the 
beach. 





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...snvBd ariy time di^ or night. 

All pancakes come with wlitpped 
butter and chp^e of fl!yrup8. 

The Conntiy 
l^eskCwts 

All Country Breakfasts come with 
two fresh eggs, six pancakes or 
hash browns with buttered toast 
andjdly. 

Steak 'n ^gs 3.20 

Bacon or sausage & eggs • • . 2.35 
GrouiKl bed patty auKl eggs. 2.25 
Ham&^gB. 235 

Wa£Bes 

Saved vMth whlp|)ed Initter and 
your cfatdoe of ^i\q)e. 
Waffle qjeclal (with one egg 

and two strlpoof bacon) . . 1.75 

Baccm waffle 1.40 

Strawtxiny waffle (with 

i^l|q)ed cream ti^iplng). . 1.71S 

Ceiealt 

Assorted Kdlo^gV^ cmaia. . .55 

Juice 

Your chokx of orar^ tomato. 
V-8*, grapefruit or pnine . .45 

Inratt 

H^grapefnilt 50 

Md<m (In season). 55 



Break&sts for Kids 

Four pancakes. 50 

Waffle 95 

Tign-'s Special (two strl|M 

bacon or sausage, one egg, 

four pancaked or hash ^ 

browna buttered toast 

and Jelly) 1.10 

French toast .60 



Omelettee 

Made with thnee fresh e^s. Served 
with six pancakes or hash browns 
with buttered toast andjdly. 

cfoUy Tiger omelette... 1.90 

Ham. onions and green 

pei^ra 2.25 

Ham & cheese 2.25 

Bacon & cheese 225 

Ham 2.10 

Cheese. 2.00 

The Lite Bieakfiwt 

One fresh ^g, English muffln . 
choice of regular size 
Juice. Imtter andjdly..... 1.25 



Bieakfiiet Specialties 

Jolly Hger Special 

(one eg^ two strips 

btxm. six panoritea 1.55 

EMoed ham ft scnuiriiled 

e;^ (with lour ptncaloea). 1J5 
TwD-freahcggi 

(with ibur pancakea) 1.45 

Corned beef nsiAi ft ^ 

(with ^K pcBicakes) 2.55 

Ftcnch toast apecW 

(with one egg. 

two strlpa bacon) 1.65 

Six pancutea. .85 

AndftlotBiciiet 

If you think our breakfiM menu 
hjoka good, wait 111 you aee ewny- 
thingwei^&rfbrlunch and dinner. 
AD told, you can diooae from over 
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l^uurd J. Dunn HI, son of retired U.S. Navy 
Clfitain and Mrs. Ridiard J. Dunn of S37 Unht^ 
Olivet Virginia beach, has been conimifsinMd a 
li^md Ueutoiant in the U.S. Air Force up<»i 
piduation from Officer Training School at 
Lackland AFB. Tex. ^ ■ 

7%<ieiltaiant Dunn, select^ throi^h comptfdtive 
diainination for attendance at the scluxri, dow 09i 
tf Kessler AFB, Miss., for training and duty al a 
ci|mmunications/dectronicsniaiittOTaBceofB<». 

uThe lieutenant, is a 1968 graduate i>f First G<4(mial 
1^ School, received his B.S. d^^ in (979 from 
Old Dominion Univatity, Norfolk. 



iarry 



Cadet Robert F. Barry, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Ilobert F. Barry, S617 Bannock Road, Virginia 
ttadi, recently completed six weeks of training in 
l&idamental military skills at the Army ROTC basic 
camp at Fort Knox, Ky. 

•'The basic camp is desipied to give junior cdkfe 
^dumes and college sophomores who have not 
tiken ROTC courses the chance to otter the 
prt^ram. Hie camp also qualifies high school 
gnduates for the ROTC propam at any one of the 
ntfion's six military juniw coUayes. 

'Duing the ncampment, cadets received training 
in basic rifle marksmanship, military drill and 
pa«nonies, communicatimis and individual ami 
IduUl unit tactics. 

|Barry is attending Old Dominion University. 
Norfolk. 
He is a 1976 graduate of Kempsvillc High School. 



Schanti 

iNavy Commandw J. Malorim Sdamtg, sw oj Navy wtlwd 
Rear Adnird C.W. Sdiantz ot Suite 400, SMgaia Cctaqr. 
Shore Drive, ^%ginia Beadi, wis gndaated firam the Aimtd 
FiHces Staff CcAege (AFSC). 

The AFSC, located io Norfdk, is opsnted lOder the 
dbrscdon of the Joint CUdI of Staff. The studeol body is 
OQaqKNed <tf sdeded nid^aner tevil ottktn frost lA five 
UJ. miUtary icrvloes end; eUied aadoiis t»s» V^ 
govciQiBCBt executives. wr-'-i 

Dafli« die 21^«re(k cotntrj 

omaiBtioo. ««>■■«■«>«»■ and oMndnif^d 
anmidtive «hw« ; jdus w^rtnMi tad intematioaslsliMlir. Hm 
BWricwhini fatttwW wmJiffw, I wtp wi and iiMWvJd<wl fwwytf* 
:9rojectt oovoing die mwiomk!, poUdeel ud MM iMton 
'^nt ^e^ U.S. niHtery afflto. 
He joined the Navy in June 1963. 




Satomon 



Colgate W. Sal(mion, son of Ann S. attd GWCain 

Ferdinand L. Sakmioa 11 of 301 Wet^ l^ve; 

Wpnia Beach, is attmding a Naval career 

orientation uid trainiiig program. 
"^He is a midshiinnan in the hteval Reserve Ofifleet 

Training Corps (NROTC) unit at Duke University, 

Jgiirhaiti,N.C. 

s^ Sidomon is a 1976 graduate of Norfolk Academy. 



Ipambart 



: »MariBe Mvate firtt Class R^Mrt B. UmUmU sm of 
Viigfaiia CulioB of S232 Shoie Biisas Govt, lOqiBhi feaah. 
..his i^ fffpf****^ the Aviadop EtsetiiBfaa't Male Cowia. 
r "The ll-week eowse wu oontected M m Naval AJr 
VeefaBical Tnialiv Center, MflHagrwi, Tmb. Tha e e nOM 
' liated tnhd^ imi(ia is dcB^aad«» pravlte aaia«mfaNiory 
aadenrending of dectricd matBtfiHiiwf on Jet 4ienrft to 
:ppepa>e tratoecs to ptrfotai basic dectrical laaiatenaaBi on jet 

^ Stadeitts tecelved cliMtoofli kutroctiott OB, Md stadM the 
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Hi joined the Mtthw Coipe fai October 1977. 



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, M ^pte. 4 SwiikI J. I^riscott, s«i of Mr. and Mrs. 
Oowrd F. DriscoU, S87S Oak Terrace Drive. Vi^nto 
SeuA, recently was assigned as a ceam0atdxfm 
apedalist with the 3rd Infantry Divttioii In 
sMcftaffai^itg, Goaaany. 
,, He entered tl» Army in June 1976. 
•ty. Dcttodl is a 1976 grwlu^e ^ Kayn^^ High 
School. 



Miert J. Hidl, son of Reben W. and M«y F. 
H^ of 24« Eittrada Drive, Virginia Beaeh« is 
a Ftoviri <ai^t «^tatl<» and tt^ig 




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****» ^fpi (NROTO natt« Fenwylvanfa Smb 
W^Ji^, WwBty Parit. Pa. 
(M toa 1976 graduM of F. W. C&i H^MMt» 



Fortter 



Michael J. Forster, son of Robert M.and Claire L.^ 
Fonter of 2606 Admiral Drive, Virginia Beach, is 
attending a Naval carrer orientation and training 
program. 

He is a midshiinnan in the Naval Reserve Officer 
Tndning Corps (NROTQ unit at Georgia Institute of 
T^hnokigy, Atlanta, Ga. 

NROTC midshipmen study naval science subjects 
and perform military drills along with their collie 
stipes. Hiose successfully completing four years of 
NROTC participation an commissioned as ttserfe 
offlcers in the Navy or Muine Conn upon 
.graduation. 

Fbirster is a 1976 graduate of Frank W. Cox High 
School. 



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Navy Seaman William A. Ooebel, whose wife, 
Virginia, is the daughter of Virginia B. Aygam of 
2254 Stowe Road, Virginia Beach, recently returned 
from a three-week deployment in the Caribbean Sei^. 

He is assigned to the guided missile destroyer USS 
King, homqxMfted in Norfolk. 

During the cruise, this ship conducted weapons 
systems accuracy trials at the Atlantic Fleet Weapons 
Training Facility off eastern Puerto Rico. King also 
qualified as a naval gunfire support ship. 
Crewmembov visited the Virgin Islands. 

Goebd joined the Navy in June 1977. 



Saddoii 

Navy Lieutenant Comnumder John A. Seddon, son of Ruth 
Seddon of 4812 Pooliide Road. \%ginia Beadi, was 
graduated from die Amed Fmces Staff CoUege (AFSC). 

The AFSC, hxtted in Norfolk, b opoated onder the 
dincdmi of die Jdnt Chiefs of Staff. Hie student body is 
conqioeed of selected mid-career levd officers from afl five 
U.S. idUtaiy sovioes and allied nad(»ii i^ hi^ levd 
govemmat exeoitives. 

AFSC prqwres itudeott fw future asrignments to joint 
ooninand and ddfcnie management posidons; as attadies or 
advison to fneign nations; and as battahcm (and higher level 
troop unit) commanders. 

A 1967 graduate of hfiddlebury College, Middkbary. Vt., 
wih a Badidw of Ams d^raa, Seddon jotned die Mivy in 

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Rodnnil is a 1961 graduate of die U.S. Naval Academy. 
Aanapois. Md.. widi a Bacbellor of Scknoe degree. 



S0., 1« Class Max W. Carroll, whose wife, 
Ja^n^ne, lives at 272 Hill Price Road. Virginia 
felA, itKeitly was assign^ as a noncommissioned 
Mem in ^ar^ of IHagnmtic Radiology al Tri|4er 
Army Medical Ceni«'. Htmoiulu, Hawaii. 

Ovnril comptefed his high schiNil HucatkMi 
through the Cicncral liUttcaiion Development 
WN^am, 



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C^. Robert W. l,<iwvy Jr., whose wife, 1st. Lt. 
lOOhlrine F. lomy, lives at S20 Pinesong Lane. 
Vii^^aia Beach, rabentbr i»m|^ted an infantry 
offlier advanced couneat the U.S. <^my Infantry 
SchtfBl, Fort Benning^ da. 

Poring the count, itiidaits were trained in the 
diriii at company and batti^mi levd as oriented 
toiMMrd infantry operpti<uif . T)^ also were trained in 
ttetltponsibftiet of battalkm, Mgade and division 
stidT officers. 

towry entoklthe Army in Fdmiary 1966. 

^ attended CoA(^ of DuPai^, Wheaton, III., 
No^hern Illinois Vvivtt^, DeKalb and received 
a bttphdor's dqpm in 1972. 



Wataon 

Navy Yeoman Flnt Class Robert W. Watson, 
wbosegwife, Lavida, is the daughter of Mrs. Harold 
Alvis of S632 DofUngton Coutt, Virginia Beach, 
teontly partldpaied to the n^jor NATO exercise 
"Dawn Patrol '78'* in the Mediterranean Sea. 

He is assigned to the USNS Waccamaw, operating 
from Naples* Italy. 

'>Dawn PMr^* is an annuiil exodse designed to 
promcHe im||ro«ed ooordhiation of multi-national 
fwoes and to deOoMitrate the capability of NATO 
ftvces to rapMly temfcMrce southom Europe. 



Nelowfi 



Navy Eas^ iUhert P. Ndowet m. son of Albert F. 
Noiowet Jr. of 933 Moaiy C^ Blvd., \iti^ Beadi, reoendy 
onmrietad die hnie NiMd fMi^ Offloer Program at die 
Namd iUr Stadottr Peaiaoola, ni. 

He reodved ii^fMeln of cadoisbe faMrucdon in die 
ftmctions. ripaWIMis aiid operition of ^ systems aboard a 
jet|rahiiBg ain|niW In addMoa, H i towt studied aavigadon, 
neteMoiogy, electronici, ^ fl|||tt opsradoos and prooed- 



He has now pmgi esss d to adi«leed tndttbig, wbiA emtfls 
HwdMT 16-weaks of fantraelion and will lead to his 
dfiignatinn as a Navtf niritt (MQev. 

A 1977 gradoile tf dMllnhwior of ^Higbda, Chailetus- 
ville, widi a iai^dfpr of Arts degree, he jdaed dw Navy in 
February 19^. 



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Navy Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Eubanks. whose 
wife,BBtty,isdiedaa|^taer of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Begley 
of SdOSMamiCiMvt, Virginia Beach, was graduated from the 
Anaed Forces Staff Cdl^. (AFSQ. 
. The AFSC, located hi Norfolk, is opoated under the 
dhectfn of Oe Jdnt Oiiefs of Suff . 
- Oorlag tlie 2l-iraek course. Eubanks studied jdnt service 
QiyniXMiott, frianning and opendons; data systems; cmn- 
aivdaMive skiUs; irius national and taiternatimud strategy. The 
cunicohim fai^ided seminars, lectures and indhridnal researdi 
pce^acts ooverfaig the eoonmnic, political and social factors 
th^ effect U.S. milttary affairs. 

He is a 1966 gractoate of die U.S. Naval Academy, 
iymapoiis, Md., irith a Bachdor of Sdenoe degree, and a 
1974 graduate of U.S. Naval Post Graduate Schod. 
. Moaetarsy, CaUf., with a Master of Sdoce degree. 



PhilUp A. Fretwell, son of Robert E. Fretwell of 
Rt. 4, Dciand, Fla., has beeii promoted to senior 
aftman in the U.S. Air Force. 

^^Smm Frttwell, a security specialist, is assigned 
at Mojddy AFB, Ga., with a vmit of the Tactical Air 
Commi/d. 

Tlie airman is a 197S graAuite of Kenq»ville High 
Schdol, Virginia 9^. His Wife, Cynthia, is the 
daughter of Mr. and |y|n. W.W. WtlUams of SOS 
Crepe Myrtle, Virginia Beach. 



Air Foroe Secmid Lirataumt &q>hen J. SdUeif, son of 
retired U.S. Navy Ueoteaant Commander and Mrs. Bdwaid 
H. Schidf of 3316 Doocaster Road. Vinfaiia Beach, is a 
MeplMr of die Outttaodfaig Crew of the Mondi at Ellsworth 
Api, S.D. 

Ueitfenant Sdddfs crew was dted fw extracmlinary 
parftimnnoe <hiriag operational trafadng misdtms. He is a 
di9^ adssSe combitt commander at Qbworth with a udt of 
dke Strategic Air Command. 

The fameaud, a 19^ graduate <rf First CeioM ffigh 
SdKMl. leodvada B.B.A. degree hi 1976 fimn VaMostaCOa.) 
BMie Collage, idiere he was commissioned diron^ die Ak 
I Rsaerve Offloen Trabrfag Corps program. C/l 



Hivy Oeastnietion Marhanir Cwistractionman ^iprendce 
Jcffeqr N. Si9dsrr son <tf Sttydey J. and fiauna E. Zdndd of 
M^rain Mve, Chesapeake^ lai r^ertad for duty at the U.S. 
Naval Siadon^ Odanmiine Bigr« Cuba. 

A 1977 gradtilfiof Oacar F. Sadth Mgh School, he jofaied 
die Navy la Oeeenfeaf 1977. 



Danam 



Mi^ Scoood Lisateainf Bhioe D. Ovftn, idiose wife, 
Patild^fctteiliiigMirofJAnM. and Oorodiy K^arlud 
of Sffl, tBiiiaflnti llighti Bl|efc, has ieported for <taty at 
die Near Mrw MMW Ooris HsHoopter Air Stadon, 
JadcaoitPlBs,li^ ' 

A till gradoaie of tiwUahenity of Lonisviae, Louisville, 
Ky.. la^daed die Miriie Coifa hi May 1976. 



Maiar 



M«hie MaJM RidMud B. Xodiwdl. udMse wife, i^u, is die 
daa^tter of Dwod^ F. Rumer of 40S Cavalier Drhe. 
Vln^nb Beadi. recMtly Msomed ooounaad ^ the 3d 
MmiMoa, RfUi Marines at Martaie Ccnps Base, C^ifi 
Pwdlalon, CaHf . 

As coBWMBidfaig officCT. Maj. Rothwdl it reqwndUe for 
die eoobtt effidocy, discq^ne and nKvaie of his tafemry 



U.S. Air foim Sc^eant Jaines E. Pataner. son of 
Mr. a^ Ifr*. Wiiird tUfikm of lit. 1. Virginia 
Beach^^dvid ftir Aity as NeUis AFB, Nev. 

S^lptt P^nurtm tkmt^ eoea^ md warning 
ndaa k*fti^ ilA u wM of the Air Force 
ComnplikstlMii JSnviw, previously served at 
RockvlBe NMmI ^ $afion, li^elaad. 

The^ipM^ia«1971 ^duateof Floyd E. Kellem 
ttighsiM 



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Larv A. Bayrei im of Mn. Mary R. McDanid of 
1320 Wftm^ Itoad. Vii^aia Baadi. has be(» 
pFomoMi tole^nk^ aetgeaM fai the U.S. Air Force. 

Serj^tti^ Sayre. an inventory management 
supervttor, is asugMd at Sembadi AB. Germany, 
with a «i^^ U.S. Air mm in itnope. 

The ttt^M is a 1971 grwluate ^ Nitro (W. Va.) 
h^ school. 



Naah 

Marine Sergeant Robert E. Nash, son of Georfa 
M. and Ruth N. Wright of 717 Hampshire Place, 
Virginia Beach, has been meritoriously prtwwted to 
his present rank while serving with 2nd Marini 
Division, Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune. N.C. 

He received the acola'ated promotion i^ 
recognition of outstanding po^formanoe, dn^ 
l^oficiency and demonstnted professional abllitifS. 

A 1971 graduate of Booker T. Washington Hlg^ 
School, he joined the Marine Corps in Novembv 
1975. 



WMaie 

Rrniald J. Wiltsie II, son of Commander Ronald J. 
and June K. WUtsie of 52bS Ballgoa Drive, Virginia 
Beach, is attencUng a Naval carew orientation •!«} 
training program. 

He is a midshipman in the Naval Reserve Officer 
Training Corps (NROTC) unit at the UtiiversityHdf 
Virginia, Chariottcville, Va. 

The summer program consists of one week df 
aviation indoctrination at Naval Air Station, Corpiil 
Christi, Tex., followed by two weeks in San Diefd 
f(x briefings on submarine and surface ship <ai^ 
opportunities. IntroduOion to Mirine (iQi|| 
leadership, tactics and amphibious training m 
conducted at Camp Pendleton, Qdif. 

Wiltsie is a 1976 graduate of Kempsville 1^ 
School. 



Detiafsen 



Ktoiae Lance Corporal Larry L. Dedefsen. son of WaNd 
J. and stepson of Joe L. Yount of S06IC Onater St. VklM 
Beach, recendy partidpated hi exeKise'*VaipityClaaa«f*^||f 
die Soudiem C^Ufomia ooiM. 

He is assigned to Itadquarters Conyiaay, 1st 
based at Canqi PencDcton, Qdif. 

More diaa 17,000 Navy and Marine Gorpa 
partidpated hi die i l<Kiay exerdsc whkh faidhded 34 sMpI i 
^iproadmatdy 2S0 afacrafu "Varsity Cleana" was ' 
to provfale essemial Navy and Marine Cwps jotait 1 
ttoipUbioos operatioas and cafaninated whh an 
aaHUik at die Marine a»ps Base. Osmp PentflMon. I 

Dedeftea Jidned die Mirine Coips hi Jaanaiy 19^. 




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^Mc.4 Blake L. Kessd. son of Mr. and hbs. 
Kesad. 480 Princess Anne Road. Vbgfada Beadi, 
graduated from the 8di bifamry Divi^ 
Oflker Acadony hi Bamnhdder, QamBif. 

Kessd recdved trdnhig in leadersh^ itqwnslbiliries. fijgp 
reading and military teaching methods. 

He entoed the Army in January of hut year. 

The speddist is a 1976 graduate of Floydd B. Reflam H9|| 
SdMxd. 



Etier 



MvtaK Sergeant Richard W. Ett«, son of Bvban S. Bfir 
of 4317 Candma Circle, and whose wife, Andrqr, is ^ 
dai^hto- of Jmy J. anl Nonna S. Sharf td 174 
Road, all <rf V^fada Beach, has ben promoted to hb j 
rank while serving at die Marhie Corpa Air Statica, 
Pdm, N.C. 

A 1973 graduate of Princess Anne High School, hi jdpid 
the Marhie Corps hiJune 1973. 




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Pvt. Leslie O. ftidshaw. son of Mr. and hirs. M^p. 
ArMidyiw. 717 TYlo Lane. Viqfada Beadi. reeaodr fill 
assigned as widi the 2ad Armored Divldoo at Fort 
Texasi 

taayhaw emered die Anny in Novendwr 1977. 

The private k a 1977 graduate of flrtt Ctdooial 
SdMoL 



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Nivy Av^idra Bectridan's Mtte AiraMm 
Benhawin P. Havais, swi of Mr. aodMrs. 1 
of «1 S. Ohidstone Drive, Vir^da Beach, has I 
Avhttioa BectridsoB's Mate Cotfse. 

the 11-ira^ course was coodtttted tt the 
Tedtadcal TMrtig Cemer. M^^oa» Tim. The 
tntted tntabig pn^nun is derigned to provtdr M I 
uaderstandhig of deetreal dwory and dtei^, and iiMli# 
fffqwre trahiaes to perfvm basic deedeal auNpiMMBiei on ^ 
ahcraft 

StadeMi reeehred dsMnxmi fai^nedon on, and stadtod p|4 
(moatfaig p te a^htt is for, d ec tig fcy< h ai ^ wd 
fl^tt cmtt^ Q8lsa», phn pows genetMioi Md 4 



A l976padnateof FloydE Ke&amt^Sdtool. he joiaiil 
the Navy hi SepMariMr 1977. 



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whose nMMiiMai is*adaaglllcr^lBdi|e Veem-raciU^ i4 
1637 fteekfe On^Va. Beac^te mmtdiot dui v wiiK Ini 
Force SewieetaiVOrt anMip,C^Hi9 U^ilie. N.i 
He joined the Mvy hi Novdaber 1964. 



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fRwi able-bodied seaman in the Merchant Marine 
Fleet to shinrvd iMroduction superintendent at 
Norfolk Naval Shipyard is a long cUmb up the career 
Mder. It's a cUmb Virginia Beach resident, LutherT. 
(Strike) Messick recently completed when he was 
prcffiMMed to OS- 15 as head of the production 
department's sendee group shops. 

Menick's succms story in the shipyard b^an in 
1!^3 wl^i he was appointed as an apprentice 
pipi^tta-. Before that time, he had spent two y«d^ in 
the Army as a paratrooper at Fort Campbell, Ky., 
coadng out as staff sergeuit with five years of travel 
around the world as a merchant waman. 

After his Army stint, Messicx decided that he's 
had oiough of traveUng and feh like he /anted to 
stay home. He liked the job stability and 
on^unities the shipyard had to offer, so he 
embarked on the apprenticeship in Shop 36, the pipe 
ihop, and was on his way. "^ 

OvOT a 25-year period, Spike has worked at NNSY, 
compMuV his approiticeship and ad^mdng to 



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pipefitter, pipefitter fcntanan, midor engineering 
technician, 9iop 36 nuc^ cooT<Unator, Aiechanlcal 
group nuclear director, aiKl ^c^ 56 productiwi 
superintendem. He was h«Kl of 36 for five and wie- 
half ynrs before his prraiGAMW to group 
superintendent. 

Messick's tnterestes in the shipyard go beyond 
those associated with his job. He is activt in several 
different organiatioi» and om^tly ti(t\t$ as 
chairman of the Co-Operative Assodati<m Board of 
Oirectore. 

He is a memb« of th* Navy Yard Credit Union's 
Credit Committee and for the last two years has 
served as national seovtary fa the National 
Assodation of Sup«rint^ents. 

He is also past president of the NNSY 
Superintendents Association. In addition, last year 
he served as chairman of the shipyird'aCombined 
Federal Campaign. 

Whenever he has tiie time to rdax. he enjoys 
golfing. He and his wife and two smu now live in the 
Lake Shores section of Virginia Beadi. 



Hamilton Increases 
Job responslMIIUet 



CDtL Mike HmUftoa, mtteri^ nqiport offtar, has takm 
on Ae addhtooal job as nwnagsment servioa officer and 
comptnOa tt the Norfolk Na\«! Air Rew<vk nuiUty. 

CDR HaaUton't {mviow duty Ml^om inchide: NAS, 
Norfolk: Naval War CoOcfe. Newport. Rhode Islaad; 
Aviadoo Supply Office. Philade^ihia; CX)MNAVAI]tPAC 
^aff. San I^o; ^QD. SuUc &iri U.S.S. Oriskaay 
(CVA-34): NAS Corpus Christi; NAF OUnawa; Naval 
^pyard, Chvlestfrn; and U.S.S. nmdemot. 

Jdnioi die Navy in 19S4, he was ooomilssioned u ensign in 
19SS. 

CDR Hamilton and his famUy live in Virginia Beach. His 
hobUet iadude swinuning, lailfaig. fishing, lacrone, wrest- 
ling, nid motorcydfaig. 



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Vaui^an 
named at 
Pembroke 

John A. Vaiighan Jr., 
has joined Pembroke 
Realty & Insurance 
Agoicy, Inc. as assistant 
project manager for the 
commercial development 
division, it has been 
ai|iiouAced by Richard 
Oiivieri. Pembroke 
ivesidoit. 

He will be responsible 
for economic studies, 
market analysis and 
{Htiject supervision. 

Vaughan was formerly 
operator and iMirt owner 
of Hyrous Construction 
Co., Troy, N.Y. He tolds 
a B.S. degree in civil 
engineering from 
Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Imtitttte and is a Certified 
Int^ Engineer in the 



tl*8 confeffCBcc flaw, aad Mrs. Mary M. Dotson, 
•eeretary, dlacnaes work details with Lother T. 
McMkk, newly promoted hcMl of the service gronp 



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ytu Beach, Va. at 

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Virginia Beach Public Notices 



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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

i 

VIRGINIA: 

I, 

HM THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE 
WVENILE AND 
DOMESTIC RELAT- 
ft)NS DISTRICT 
TOURT OF THE CITY 
©F VIRGINIA BEACH. 
ON THE 12th DAY OF 
July, 1978 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In re: Delante Lamont 
firooks 

^1'hc object of this 
[Proceeding is the 
termination of the residual 
{nrental rights of Leroy 
Hudson and Annie Mae 
Brooks to their child, 
Delante Lamont Brooks. 
The consequences of 
termination of of residual 
pgrental rights are that a 
I^ent or parents forever 
r||inquish all parental 
rij^hts such as. but not 
liipited to, the rights to 
c^pipanionship, assoda- 
tion, religious training, 
education, discipline, 
g]i|idance, mai|iten«nce 
and ail decision making 
concerning the . childs 
welfare. And further it is 
to commit said infant to 
the care and custody of 
the Virginia Beach 
Department of Social 
Sfirvices with the right of 
s^d agency to consent to 
t^e infant's adoption. 
^ And an affidavit hnving 
b^n made and filed that 
Lcroy Hudson and Annie 
Nj^ Brooks is a intver 
P|^y to this proceeding; 
b^t due diligence hat been 
used to ascertain in v^utt 
county or corporation he 
/she is, without effect, it is 



of Virginia, the last 
known pott office kddreu 
being; ihi^lp . Colorado. 
It is thMOTore wdcred 
that the said James MeMn 
M^n iqJDeir beftHre'this 
Court witbia tea (1(9 days 
after (HibHcation of tUs 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest bi this matter. 

A copy tette: John V. 
Fentress, Qerk 
By: PaUi A. Keendian. 
Deputy Clerk 

Hanrid J. Qoodman, p.q. 
1120 Sparrow Road 
Chesapeake, Va. 2332S 

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Aic«iiidcr I*. Smiih, p.q. 
1412 Maritime Tower. 
234 Monticello Avenue 
P.O. Box 3646 " 
Norfolk, VA. 

VBS 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virgiaia Beach, 
Va., OB the isth day of 
July, 1971. 

Mmica EliaUMth Orotey, 
Plaimifr. 



Floyd Beajamin Orotey, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtaia a divorce a 
measa eth thoro to be bter 
niened hito a deoee of 
divorce a viaculo 
matrimonii fipom the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of cruelty/or 
actual coastructive 
deiertioo ai of the 17th 
day of December. 1977. 

And aa afllda^t having 
been made and med that 
the detaidaat is a non- 
resident of the State of 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Qrcuit Court of fhe 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
VA. on the 13th day of 
July, 1978. 

Cynthia Ann (Price) 

Bums, 

PbOntiff, 

against 

Memphis Bums, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation pursuant to 
Sec. 20-91 (9Ka) Code of 
Virginia, 1930. as 
amended. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defmdant is a non- 
residoit of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
3117 Enright Street, 
Toledo, Ohio. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 4th of 
SqKember. 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress, Clerk. 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

DieputyOerk. 

Glenn Randall Croshaw, 

p.q. 

Suite 311, 160 Newtown 

Road 



C'rowshtiw. Hnchcm & 

Williams 

Suite 311, 160 Newtown 

Road 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

VBS7/19. 7/26. 8/2. 8/9 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virgin^ Beach, 
Va., on the 14th day of 
July, 1978. 

Nancy M. Cain, 
Pbtintiff, 
against 

Clarence P. Cain, 
Defoidant. 

Theobiectofthissuitis 
to obtain a divorce a 

moisa et thoro to be later 
nwrged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
asof Septonber 19, 1977. 
And an affidavit having 
bem made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the Sute of 
Vfa-ghiia, the last known 
post office address being: 
c/o Cleveland State 
University, Cleveland^ 
Ohio, or 2870 Ludlow 
Road, Cleveland, Ohio 
44120. It is ordered that he 
do Bppaa on or before the 
4th of September, 1978, 
and tlo what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A oopy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Andrew S. Fine, p.q. 
720UwBldg. 
Cteindy A Plume Streets 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 



Virginia, the hnt known 



Hudson and Annie Mae 
Brooks do appear here 
within 10 days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necesswy to 
protect their interest in 
this suit. 

A COPY TESTE: 

ELIZABETH &. 

HENLEY, CLERK 

By:* Kathy S. BroUim, 

Deputy Clerk 

ri. 
P%t Smith, Va. Beach 

D(pt. of Social Services, 

P^tioner 

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OIIDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFFICE OF 
-^E CIRCUIT COURT 
(|F THE CITY OF 
yjRGINIA BEACH. ON 

lUE 13th day of July, 
1878. 

.t 

In re: Adoption of Mark 
Jttn^Main 

n. 

ffy: Josephine Marine 
Hansen Main Madismi 
flMd Herbert Forbes 
KladiscHi 

Petitioners. 

To: James Melvin Main 
l^bto. Colcmulo 

8» 

tfT his day came 
l<^^ine Marie HaiH(» 
|i§ain Madison and 
Uferhert Forbes iMnSmnk, 
9mU^mst%, aad 
flpotasMsd Att tk« (^^ 

^ tMl ^MfHgg^tg » to 

Mmwc amned infant, 
JamM Mi^^, by 



Dolores Sancilio 
McNanwi. 
Plaintiff, 
apunst 

Dennis Joseph 

McNuMra, Jr. 
. Deferidatt. 

TiMobNctofthissultis 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii turn 
the said 'M'oidant, vtpon 
the wtenSb of adutoy, 
or. in ttM alternative, a 
divorce a mensa et tlMxro 
to be httcr merged ime a 
divorce a viaenlo 
matrimonii upon the 
groun(b of desertion. 

And an affidavit htfi^ 
been nmde and AM that 
the d^endant is a noo- 
residoit of the State oi 
Virginia, the last Inown 
post office address befaig: 
TCSB, Novin Avenue 1. 
Baba Taher Street, 
Tehran, Iran. It is ordered 
that he do appev mi or 
before the 4tb of 
Septembei, 1978, and do 
whtt may be necessary to 
im^ect his interest in diis 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentms 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Oerk. 

Andrew S. Fine, p.q. 
720UwBldg. 
Oranby & Plume Streets 
Norfolk, VA. 23510 

VBS 7/19. 7/26. 8/2, 8/9 

ORDER OP 

PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court c^ the 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 21st day of 
July, 1978. 



ftenda L. Edison, 
Plaintiff, 

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wiiUatiB«aato,r>iitii 

D^endut. 



Saratoga CV60, F.F.O. 
New York, 09S01. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 4th of 
September, 1978, aad do 
wtat aiay be necesawy to 
prMeA 1^ biterest ia this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V 
Fentrett, Qerk 
By: Patti A. Keendum, 
Deputy C^k 

R(HlcrS.nraley,p.q. 
121 West Bahriew Aveauei 
Norfolk, VA. 23503 

VBS 7/19. 7/26. 8/2^ 1/9 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Oerk's Ofrioe of 
the Orcuit Court of the 
aty of Virffaiia Beach, 
VA.. on the 11th day of 
Jubf. 19^. 

James Bryaa J<M^iMn, 
Ptaintiff, 

Marjorie Jean Brecht 



Defendant. 

The object of tlito suit is 
to obtain a div(»ce a via- 
cuk) mttrhaonii frma the 
si^ defeiKfauit, upon the 
grouiuis of one year uiUn- 
terrui^d s^w^km. 

And «i ahldavit havii^ 
beoi made rad ffled that 
the df^emhutt is a a^ 
rendcitt of the SttM of 
Vl^iria, the last kiowa 
PMtt offiee addren b^v 
2673 HE. teiee. Apt B, 
C^eAim, Ot^m^ 970%. 
It ^ ffdwed that she do 
ai^Mar on ot Wctc the 
J<»^ine MuW iCusm* 31st of August, 1978, ami 



Main Madis^ and 
Hetol Fwtm htedism. 
htatbaad aad^ wMi, 
^ anklnfit tevo^ be» 
Mdb mi Wed tte Jam 
^Ma Mm, a aMmd 
$um. of said (mi, m a 
MM«M^ of tte ^M 



to pmia htr imtxm te 
thb^. 



Wr- Patrt A. 
I^utyOok. 



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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 13th day of July, 
1978. 

In re: Adoption of Sherry 
Lynn Barker 

By: Ronald Ray TutUe 
aad Ldbet Obst Tuttle, 
Petitioners, 

To: Jack Carosn Barker 
P.O. Box 441 
Kemah, Texas, 77563 

This day came Ronald 
Ray Tuttle and Leibet 
CM»t Tuttie, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
objeA of this proceeding 
is to effect the adofMira of 
the above named infant. 
Shory Lynn Barker. 1^ 
RonaU Ray Tuttle and 
Leibet Obst Tuttle. 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been 
ma(te and filed tiutt Jack 
Carosn BarkCT. a natural 
parott of said child, is a 
non-resident of the 
^te of Virginia, the last 
ktnmn post office addren 
being: P.O. Box 441. 
Kemah, Texas 77565. It is 
dMBref(»e c^dered tiuu the 
said Jack Carson Barker 
appew Ml or before the 
4ch day of September. 
1978 and Indicate his 
attitude toward the 
profwsed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
Decenary to ptm«t his 
intoest in this matter. 

A eofiy te^: John V. 
F^itress. ^Wrk 
Br- Puni A. Keenehan. 
J>eputy Clerk. 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
tiie Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach. 
VA.. on tiie 14th day of 
July. 1978. 

Alice B. Grow, 

Plaintiff, 

a^dnst 

John M. Grow, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
. vinculo mittrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived sqiarate and wput 
without cohabiution and 
without interruption since 
on or about the 1st day of 
July. 1977, a period of 
time ui excess of one year. 
And aa affidavit havii^ 
beai made and filed tiwt 
the defradant is a nan- 
resident of the State of 
Virguda, tiie last known 
post office addros being: 
384 SW Port Malibar 
Boulevard, Palm Bay, 
Florida, 32905. It is 
cvdered that he do aiqpear 
on ot hdon the 4Qi of 
SqMember, 1978, and <k> 
«^iat may be necessary to 
protett his interest in this 
suit. 

A oopy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keaidun, 

Deputy Oerk. 

R^uurd 0, Bryd^, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach. VA 
23451 

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In the Clerk's Office of 
the arcuit C(Hirt of tiie 
Oty of Virginia Beach. 
VA., on Uie l4Ui day of 
July, 1978. 



The object of tiib suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrhnonii ftrem 
the saUl (fefendant, upon 
the grOonds of one-year 
separatian. 

And an afMavit havii^ 
been made nd fited tiiat 
the defoidUmt is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address befaig: 
920 Greenmoum Avenue, 
Baltimore, MD. 21202. It 
is ordered that he do 
aniear on aa* before the 
nth of Septembo', 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest inihlti^t. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Foitress 

^: Patti A. Keen^an. 

D^utyOerfc. 

WadeP.Betti^Jr.,p.q, 
3707 Virgkiia Beach Bhfd. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

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that he do i^Mar on or 
More the 7th of 
ftptember, 1978. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect Ms biterest fai this 

A copy-Tc^: John V. 

Plotless 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy Qerlc 

Michael E. Grey, p.q. 

Suite 215. 160 Newtown 

Road 

Virgiaia Beach. VA., 

234^ 

VBS7/26, 8/2. 8/9, 8/16 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In tiie Clerk's Office of 
tiie Orcuit Court & tiie 
aty of Vhrginia Beach, 
VA., on tiie 26th ihiy of 
July, 19^. 

Patricia A. Niederhutii, 

Plafaitiff, 

agUast 

WayaeL.hfiederhuth, 

Defendant. 

The object of tills suit is to 
cMafai a fUvorce a vfaicalo 
BMtrimonii from tiie said 
defeadant, upon the 
groimds of sepicati<Ni tm 
more thaa oae year 
continuously without 
cohabitation and witiwut 
bitenuption. 

And an affidavit having 
been nude and fUed tiitt 
tiie ddtaKlant is a non- 
resideat of the State of 
Vfafhila, tiie last known 
pott office address befaig: 
Office of tiie Chq)fai|n, 
l^v. Reg. Med. Cea., 
Oreat Lakes, Illiaois. 
60088. It is ordered tiiathe . 
do q^iear on OT before the 
15th of Septonber, 1978, 
and do what may be 
neoeMary to ptvum his 
faiterest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress " 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deini^aerk. 

.iinn. 
Raymond H. Strople. p.q. 
P.O. Box 1138 --'nr^ ^ 
Portsmoutii, VA. 23705 

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ORDER 
PUBLICATIW 



OF 






Glenn 
Squire 



R. Croshaw. 



ORDER 
PUBLICATION 



OF 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Oanrt <rf Ae 
city of Vb^eiM Beadi, 
Va., on tl» lith (fay ^ 
July, 1978. 

Cheryl JeaneWoodall. 

Phtimifr) 

agi^M 

DeaaisRayWoedtfU 

DefOKhmt. 

the object H tte mto to 
to obtain • tfviH^ a 
m^sa et th^o fran the 
s«d (tefendMt. IVM the 
grtwnds of (MstMi. 

Aad an affid^ havMf 
been made ami filed ditt 
tte cfefendaM is a mm- 
re^teitt of ^^^M <^ 
VirgMiMi the f^ knmrn 
post office ^t^m being: 
Johnston Street, 
Smit^ifielA, N«rih 
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CHtDEROF 
POBtlCATION 

la the Clerk's Office of 
ti»e Circuit Court Of tiie 
aty of Virgfaiia Beach. 
Vfaifaiia Ob tiie 26tii day 
ofJuly,i978. 

Janes Robert Boetti^, 
Plaintiff. 

SosaA Annette Bott^, 
Defradnt. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorM a 
vta^do matrfanooii Utm 
the said defeadam opm 
the irownds of sqNHrati<m 
for more tiian one year. 

And aa affidavit 
having bem ma<te aad 
filed that the defendant » 
a no^rcridcnt of the^Me 
of Virginia* the last 
kaown pMt office address 
bdog: 4536 West Caron. 
CHendale, Arizona S5302. 
It is ot6ati tM Jhe do 
wfipta oa or bi^e tlw 
I5tii of September, 1978, 
aalt do #hat laay be 
neccnary to i^otect her 
fait«estia tills iuit. 

A e^^Ti^^: John V. 

Fffittess 

^y: Patti A. Keaehan, 

Dcim^C^k. 

Rnak E Btodv. lU, p-q. 
2aev»ih:daBiiiiiiM. 
in^^ Beach, VA. 

VK 1^8^,8/16. 8/23 
OBmkOF 

In tiie Oerk's Cfffiee of 
tiie Orrait Couit of iht 
Oty et Vfa^ Bea^, 
VA.. on tiw ^M diqp of 
July, 1978*. 

KomeHi Mtt R^ten^, 
J^, 



Plafaitiff. 

i^puiot 

Catherine Anne 

Siewchiick Rmbui^, 

Defencbmt. 

1%e object of tMs rah is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be 
merged upoa proper 
apf^c^icm into a diraroe 
a vfai^lo mitripMiii from 
tiie Aid flifciiiiil, upon 
the i^Qunds of deserticm 
of Compbunant by the 
Respondoit <» November 
1, 1977. 

And an |^fid«vit having 
. been made and filed (tax 
the defei^ant is a non- 
resident of tiie State of 
Virffaiia, the last known 
poM office addms being: 
411 Kountze Memorial 
Drive, Bdlevue, Nebraska 
68005. It is ordered tint 
die do ^^)ear (m or before 
the 14th of September, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary tp protect bet 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fm^as 

By: Patti A. Keendian, 

Deputy aerk. 

Stephen R. Margulies, 

p.q; 

Twenty-nine Seldon 

Arcade 

Norfolk. VA. 

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ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGIMA BEACH. ON 
THE 24til DAY of July. 
1978. 

In re: Adqnion of Baby 
Bay No. 26016 and change 
of name to RAMSEY 
BRYAN DUDLEY 

By: DANIEL SHIPP 
DUDLEY and 

CAROLYN tiAMSBfln 
DUDLEY. leniass 

PetitlbMHy>^o^ u(^>J srrnoO 

TO: JOHN DOE. 
Ual^fiown Natural Fatiier. 
Address Unknown 



AMmkapal Corpcvation. 
Comiriainant. 



This day came DANIEL 
SHIPP DUDLEY and 
CAROLYN RAMSEY 
DUDLEY, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
vbjcct ot this proceedfaig 
is to effect the mioption of 
tiie tbow i^med faifant, 
Ba^ Boy No. 26016 and 
chaage of name to 
RAMSEY BRYAN 
DUDLEY, by DANIEL 
SHIPP DUDLEY and 
CAROLYN RAMSEY 
DUDI^Y, husband and 
wtfe, ami affidavit havfaig 
beoi made aad filed that 
JOHN DOE, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
aon-rcsfaient of tiw State 
of Virginia, the last 
known pMt office address 
befaig: Unknown. 

It is therefore Odered 
tiiat ti» said JOHN DOE 
appear b^OTe this Court 
on or before the 7th day of 
September, 1978, and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
a<kq;»ti<Mi, or mhoivise do 
what is necessary to 
proteA his intact fai thte 
matt^. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Dd^ty Clerk. 

R. ^Mley HiMigiM, p.q. 
1102 First A Mendiants 
BankJUdg. 
Norfolk, VA. 23510 

VBS 8/2. 8/9. 8/16.8/23 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CU^UC'S OFFICE OF 

THE cmajrr court 

FOR THE CITY OP 
VnWINIA BBA<m ON 
Ttm IST DAY W 
AW3mT, 1978 

CUV OF VIRGINIA 
BB^CH, VIRGINIA, 



vs. 

JOSEPH A. SIMONS 

a/k/a JOSEPH A. 

SIMON a/k/a JOS. A 

SIMON a/k/a JA. 

SIMON, Address 

Unknown, and tiiis 

defen<fauit's consort, if 

any there be. whme names 

are also unknown, and if 

the defendants be dead, 

their survivfaig c<»isortt, if 

any tii^ be, tiie 

defendant's children, if 

any there be, their heirs at ■■ 

law, next of kiny 

devisees, legatees. 

personal representatives, 

lien crediton, and the lien 

omlitors of any hdrs or 

devisees, and any other 

person or corporation 

having any interest fai the 

subject matter of this suit, 

all of wh(»e nama and 

post office addresses are 

completely unknown; and 

tiiat all said partia are 

ho-eby ma^ parties 

defendant to tiiis 

proceeding by tbe gSMnd. 

description of "PARTIESi 

DEFENDANT," 
Defendants' 

ORDEROT 
PUBLICATION \ 

The object of tills suit is 
for the said Compfadnant^ 
to oiforce its liei for taxes 
and to sell for the payment 
of certain delinquent taxes 
the real estate described at 
the end of this Order of 
Publication, same bang 
located in the City of 
Virginia Beach, State of 
Virginia. a 

And an Affidavit 
havfaig been made and 
filed tiiat tiie Defendant is: 
unknown as to 
whereabouts, address and 
loeatioa,^ although im 
diligence has beoi used by 
and on btiudf of tiie 
Cokiqjfaiinaitt, its agen& - 
and attOrJieys,' to ascertafal^ ' 
thecofifity or corpor^on 
fai •«riiich<''*tM'fs'WW! 

Defendant is residfaig, Iwt 
n^out efTec^ tii^'but 
known post office address 
of tiie said Defendaat 
being unknown ai^ 
unavailable; it is 

OR^BRED that he do 
i^^pear here cm or before* 
tiie 2ist day of September. 
1978 and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
uitCTat in this suit. 

LEGAL DESCRIPTION 
OFREALESATE 

ALL THOSE CERTAIN 
lots, jaeces or parcds of 
famd located in Vi^faUa^ 
Beach, Virgima, kaown, 
nnmbtfed and ^signated^ 
as Lots 1 and 2, fat Block 
119, and Lots 5,6 and 7, ii^ 
Block 121, on tiie Plat oT 
Lakewood, pnqwrty o^ 
Virgbda Beadi Realty" 
Corporation, dated Juni 
22, 1925, made by 
Clodfelder and ScMsler, 
Engineers, whidi said amp 
is didy reoHded fai the 
aerk's Office fai Mw' 
Book 7. at Page mf 
reference is hereby made 
to said pItt for a more 
partiadar descriptiotf 
thereof. 

IT BEING THE SAKffi 
property coiAwyed to Jos. 
A. ^mon i^a JosqiH 
A. Steon by (toed of 
Vfafgfaifai Beach RaaKy 
Ctxpcvatira dtted 

September 5. 1925 for 
Lots 5. 6 and 7, in Hock 
121, add Septionber 2, 
1925, for Lets 1 and 2, fai 
Block 119; and dufy 
re^»ded fai Deed B<»k 
130, at Page 502, for Lou 
5,6aBd7,«idDMdBook 
128, at Page ^ for ^ 
land2. j 

A CCH»Y TESTE: John V. 

F»trea,CMc. 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

D^»ityC^1c. 



Larry Wise, p.q. 




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vmciNiA m:ach sun n wednksday, august ». itTt 11 



VIrglirfa B«acli PubUc NotiCM conf d 



P.O. B(» 15142 
Chesapeake, VA. 23320 

VBS8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30 

OKDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In. the deck's Oflioe of 
the Cinute Cmirt of the 
Cky of Virgiiiia Beach. 
Va.. on the 10th day of 
Ji#il978. 

Fredoick George Lavelle, 
PlaiaUff, 

Maifuet Ftorenoe S3iov^ 

L«rdHe, 

Defendant. 

The <M>jea of diis nib is 
to t^aia a divoroe a 
mensa et thoro from tlw 
saM defendant, upon the 
groonds of docrtiOT. 

And an affidavit having 
been nadeand filed that 
the 4tefaMteat is a noa- 
residait of the &ate of 
^ginia, sfaioe after a 
di^ent seardi the 
complainant has been 
unable to loctte the 
respondoit at her last 
known address to-wit: 
3405 Standi Street. 
Virginia Beach, Virgfaiia 
23452. 

It is ofdered thitf she do 
appear on or .bef(»« the 
30th of August, 1978. and 
do whitt may be necessa^r 
to imMect her bterest in 
thissuit. 

Ac(^-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keendian. 

Deputy Gerk 

lliomsB G. &o]ics. p.q. 
Pacific Avwue at 35th St. 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23451 

VBS 7/19. 7/26, 8/2. 8/9 



Virginia; la the Oerk's 
orfioe of tbf^ Oroiit 
Qiiart of the O^ of 
Vir|i^^ %idi, QP the 
l||b/l«y9|July,197i 



lU 



l9,.|re;'; Adoptioa of.. 
SliKwiwe Lynn pulley, an 
infant, mda the age of 14 
yfann. to) be known as 
^wneeLynniUH 

E^ Jfuaes Edward Hill 

andEddithAnnHiU, 

Petitioners 

To: Leonard Bruce. 

Skulley 

806 Maddox Loop 

Belen. New Mexico 87042 



OROEit 

(This day canw James 
Bd^iWl Hill and Eddith 
>yui IjBll. Petitioners, and 
rfi^reseated Aat the object 
o^ tivb proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
a^ve named infant. 
SJiawnee Lynn Skulley, by 
Jfines Edward Hfll and 
Eddi^ Aan Hill, hittband 
t^ wife, ud affidavit 
hvnD$ btea made and 
fped tibat Lcimard Bruoe 
S^ulteyi, « natwal p«rmt 
c| ji^ cUM, to a ncm- 
t^^^t, of the State of 
^^Tf^ia. the bst known 
post office w^inu b^ng: 
806 Maddox Loop. Belen, 
IS^Mexioor 97042. 

^Jt is tNnfoie Ordoed 
qif^t liw sud Lemurd 
BJ^ SkiMl^ :PPpe>f. 
b^iMe. tUs Camt oa ot 
i]^^ the 30th Mv of 
Aji^nl, 1978, and 
i^dio^e Ms attitude 
towaai the prcy^ed 
•dii^Mikm, t» iHtowise do 
wiuut^ is ,neoe»u7 to 
p^:^ hiSvint^nt in tbu 
qattfc. 

4Copy1^tte: 

J(^ V. Foitress, Oo'k 

Wf: Htti A. Keo^Mn, 
DqniQraerk 



iBettMtt.p.q. 
P.O. Box ^2 
Vlrtf^ Bc«A. VA. 
23451 

VBS7/19.7/».8/2.^9 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the a«rk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Cky of Virginia Beach. 
Va.. on tile 11th day of 
July, 1978. 

Annand E. Vc^imo, 

Plamtiff. 

againtt 

ElMworV.Vf^mno, 

Defmdant. 

Hw object of thto suit to 
to ob^n a divmce a 
vinculo matiim<»iii from 
Uie said defendant upcm 
tiie^ grounds of siq)arati(w 
for more tlnn (h» year 
without cohi^itatim. 

And wa affidavit having 
beoi made and filed that 
the defoidant to a non- 
resident of the Stote of 
Viifittia, tiie last known 
post office address being: 
99 N. Broadway, Nortii 
Versailles, Penn^li^mia. 
It to ordoed tiiat Eleinor 
V. Vohumo do ^n^ear on 
or before the 1st of 
September. 1978. and do 
what may be necessary to 
inrotect her mterest in thto 
suit. 

A copy-Teste Icim V. 

Fentress, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 

DieputyGerk. 

PaulM.Lipkin,p.q. 
804PUuaOne 
Norfolk, Virginia 

VBS 7/19, 7/26. 8/2, 8/9 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In tiw Gerk's Office of 
tiie Oreuit Court of the 
Gty of Virginia Beach. 
VA.. on tiie 1st day of 
y^igust. 1978. 

Michael Wayne 
Rocmmidi, 

P^(ii^!W,^H V1YJOHA3 
•galast .YHjaua 

Donna Uu R ofiim W ii itaq 
Defendant. 

The object of thto suit to 
to obtda a divcvoe i 
vinculo matrimonii fr<Mn 
tiie said defendant, upof 
the grounds ot desertioa 
liAoig more than ^■ 
year. 

Aiul aa affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tiie delen<hut to a non- 
resident of tiw State of 
Virginia, the last known 
pott office adthess being: 
26 Bast Avmue. Livcmla, 
New York 14487. It to 
(»dered tlttt ^e do ^n^car 
on or before the 21tt of 
SqUember, 1978, and do 
^fAM nmy be necesswy u> 
protect her interest in thto 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: Jcdm 

V.Fenttess 

By: nuti A. Keendian, 

Deputy Oak. 

D(»ahl E.Lee. Jr. p.q» 
%25 l^inccss Anne Road 
Virginia Beach. VA. 

VBS 8/9. 8/16. 8/23, 8/30- 

ORDEROF 

PUMJCATION 

la the Clerk's Office of 
the Gnmit Owrt <rf tiie 
Gty of ^nir^iia Beach. 
VA.. o« the^d diqr of 
August, 1978. 

MidiMlO'CiHii^ 

Ktiwald. 

ndntfff, 

apdiM 

JCttMecn Helm l^ira^ 

Defotto. 

Hie ob^ of thto smtis 
to dHate « dlvo^e a 
taemn tft thoio, i^ridi 
vpon i^o^ antta^M 
at ^ vmv tee wffllte 
moietf teo a #H9rc» a 
M^^ nHMncm frcm 
tiw saM d^(^taim. upcm 

Andaai^ftwtohiriai 
been macte and AM tii^ 



the defoidant to a Km- 
rerideat of tiw &atc of 
Viqimi^.r.lhe last ^uoini 
po^ office adkh«B bda^i 
11932 Trtokett Roa<l, 
Cleveland, OMo 44135. It 
to ordered that dw do 
tsppeu <m, <x befcNre the 
2^id of Sqitenbv, 1978, 
ami do whitf raaar be 
.necenav tio ptottcf, her 
intowttmUi^suit. 

A copy-Teste: Jc^ V. 

FnHress 

By: Patti A. Keenehaa. 

DqnityCha'k. 

Lmito W. Kerdinef k p.q. 
P.0.B0X62484 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

vm 

VBSS/9. 8/16,8/23. 8/30 
ORDBROF 
PUBLICATION 
'".J*-. 

In tiw Clerk's Office of 
tiw Oreuit Court of the 
Gty of Vitgiaia Beach. 
VA., op the 27tii. di^ of 
July, 1978. 

Ddwrah Ovrett Cox. 

Phtintiff, 

againtt 

James Richard Onti 

Defendant. 

The object of tiito suit to 
to obtain an annulment or 
divmce from the s^ 
defendam. upcm tiw 
grounds T of e«^ 
maniages existing at ^ 
time tiw pceseal marriaie 
iras entered iitto or in the 
altematiw desertimi. 

And an affidavit' having 
been made and filed tiiat 
tiw <iefendant to a non- 
resideat of tiw State of 
^Hrgiaia, the last kaown 
post office address bdag: 
Post Ctffioe Box 17, 
Calapyso, Nortii 

Cu(iriiaa. it to CMPderid 
tiiat he do appear on or 
before tiw 18tii of 
September, 1978, aad do 
i^t vm H necetiaiy to 
protect hto iamm ^ t^ 
suit. 

,p.q ♦ulqoi?'? '!:-r; ;My.-^ 
A c^yy-Teste: Joka V. 
Featriai 

By: ^HA A. Keeaduin, 
DepuQrClerk. 

Thomas B. Shuttleworth. 

Sidte 211. Pembr^ 
Three BUg. 
VirginU Beach, VA. 

VBS 8/2, 8/9, 8/16, 8/23 

VUUHNU: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT 

CLERK'S OFFICE. OT 
THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
TUB 28th DAY OF 
JULY. 1978. 

In re: Adoptkm of 
DAWN MARIE 

McENANEY and change 
of name ta DAWN 
MARIESTI^VENS 

* 

By: RUSSEL WILUAM 
STEVENS and ttBLEH 
MARO/OST 
MAmtmSTEVEHB, 
Husbaad and Wife 

INCH^U^CKYNp.C- 
78-1159 

ORIffiROT 
PUBUCAHON 

The object of tUs suit to 
for the PctttlooefS to 
obtiia tiw adpp^oa ot 
DAWN MARIE 

K^Q^AISY and ctai«e 
of name to DAWN 
MARSSTEVPe. 

Hie P^timmv pray 
ad a YKd <X)Ntor ^if 
Ad(^^<Mi be co^rt^ tite 
sbowe-styted adop^ 
allowing the adi^tkm uA 
Aa^e of lapftv^hdtt 
tiw ccmseat (^ tte tmml 
father. M^ww Ifidiacl 
M^ia»Qf. Jr., ^Aum 
oemmt ig^^can w M 
u^^tatoible or mnf i^ 
bd^wtth^ o^ttfny 10 
tfeMi best intereM 4^ the 
cUd. 

Aa aflldm^ Imm beei 
M^ aad filed thM 
UaOmm Miehati 



Mc&maey, *•. to not a 
ittideat of %e State of 
Virgiaia, btt last known 
adctoess being: Naval 
Statkm, K^vki. Icehmd. 
Box 33, FPO. New York. 
09571, It is ORI^RED 
that te ai^war (hi m 
bf^ore the 18tii doty of 
September, 1978 and 
IMOtect hto biterest herein. 
It to ftetiwr ORDERED 
th«t thto Ordv be 
publid^ w» a week for 
fdur (4) silPQitsive wedu 
in tiw Virginia Beach Sm, 
a newsiwper pi^ltohed in 
tiie G^ of Virginia 
Beach,Virginia. 

Ireqiwstthto: 

Michael E. Orey, p.q. 

Qrey. NIdsen, . Grey & 

Arsenauk 

160 Newtown Rdad. Suite 

215- ■ *' " 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23462 

VBS 8/9. 8/16, 8/23. 8/30 

VIRGINIA: W THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF 
VIROINL^ BEACH ON 
THE 28tii DAY OF 
JULY, 1978 

IN RE: IXsduirge from 
Liability to V. Alfred 
Etiieridge. Former 

Treasurer of tiw CSty of 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

IN CHANCERY NO. 
C78-362 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

¥ 

THIS MATTER Came 
to be heard upon the 
petition of V. Alfred 
Etiwridge. former 

treasuro- of tiw City of 
Virginia Beach. Vtogioia. 
by couasd. to be 
discharged from liability 
pursuant to Section 58-933 
of tiw Code of Vlwma; 
and f 

WHEREAS, n tiWii 
certificates .rMpkeitJiy/ 
Secticm ^933 ir«£rTja»( 
Code of Virginto having 
beoi pfcsented to thto 
Cq>urt;'aad 

WHratEAS, o tiw 
afqiesaid Section 58^3 
of tiw Code of Virginia 
le^iira pubUcatiao of 
notice la a iwwq^^er 
doisnaicd by tiw Court 
once a week fen- a)^od 
of fmir AKcesdve needu 
and by potting at tiw front 
doOT of t}iis 0)uri, it to 
henby ORDERED tiiat 
tiw Gerk of tiito Court (1) 
pid^di a copy of tiito 
Order iH; tiw Virgbiia 
Beadi Sua oiwe a wedc fOT 
a pCTiod oi four sueeenive 
wedn mid (2) post a ctqiy 
of tUs CMer at the ftont 
<k>OT of tUs Omui, sti^ng 
and V. Alfred Etiwrid^, 
fohner treasurar (tf the 
Gty of Virginia^ Beach, 
wiU move the Court oil the 
22nd day of Septeaiber. 
1978.atlOK)OA.M.atthe 
CourtteMise thcnof to 
oito- an order of &ial 
dJ^harge from UaNltty to 
Um. 

laskfordus: 

V.AtfiedEtheridie.Jr. 

^taraqrfordw 

Petitioner 

128 S. Lynnha^vtt R<»d 

Virginta Beach. VA. 

23452 

VK 8/9.4/16. 8/23. 8/30 

ORDEROF 
. PUBLICATION 

In tiw Gerk's Office of 
tbe^-Cto(»it Court df tiw 
Gty of Virgil Beach. 
Vi.v e« tiw lOtii day of 
Ji^.1978. 

DebonA Ann H<9kins. 

naimiff. 

apdntt 

Lmale Dvrdl Hopkiia. 

D^Mmt. 

The object itf^ ^ to 
no ^^^n a itmKe a 
viaetfe matrtolMi from 
te mM defoitent, upon 



tiw pounds of (tesmion. 

And an af fl&vit Imviag 
been made ai^ fltod that 
the defoidant to a mm- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the li^ kmwn 
p(Mt offke addras bdng: 
2925 FInce Avoiue, 
Virginia Bnch, Virgima. 

It to OTdoed that he do 
q>pear on or before the 
30tii of August, 1978. and 
do what nuiy be necessary 
to protect hto interest in 
this suit. 

A Copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keendum, 
Deputy Gerk. 

Wade P. Bettto. Jr., p.q. 
3707 VirginU Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach. Va. 

VBS7/19, 7/26. 8/2. 8/9 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In tiie Gerk's Office of 
tiw Circuit Court of tiw 
Gty of Virgima Beadi, 
Va.. on the 2nd day of 
August. 1978. 



Mttina Jean Bailey. 

PWntiff. 

against 

Cedric Levin Bailey. 

DefuKlant. 

The d»ject of thto suit to 
to olxain a diwrce a 
vinculo nwtrimonii from 
tiie said defendant, upcm 
the grounds of a 
c(»itimK>us one-y«tf 

wparation. 

Aad an i^davU having 
been made and filed tiiat 
the defmdant to a non- 
reddoit of tiie Stote of 
Virginia, the Uut known 
post office address behig 
unknown. It to ordoed 
thiU he do appear on or 
before the 2^ul of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
fvotect hto interest fai thto 
suit. 

A Gopy-TtAt: John V. 

Fentress 

Jfyt Htti A. Keen^an, 

DieputyGerk. 

Legal Clinic of Wm. 
Morrit, p.q. 
1216 Granby Street 
Norfolk, VA. 



1 



ptopaty Une, Fanning a distance of SO fwt along th 
llMitiieni pfoperty line and rumring a distant^ of 
fiet ahrtig the East side of Courtright Avenue. Said 
pttcel conuifaM 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BCmOUGH. 

u 
6. •! 

An Ordinuice upon Application of Hudgins and 
Anodates, Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit for iv 
duplex on c«tain propoly located on the South side ol 
1 3th Street beginning at a pouit 400 feet lUong the Southj 
Avoiiw, running a distan<x of 50 feet along the Sout^ 
side (^ 13tii Strett, rumiing a ^ston<% of 140 feet alonnji 
the Western property toe, running a distance of 50 fe«i 
along the Soutiiem iffoperty line and running a distan<^ 
of 140 feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel, 
contains 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACfl 
BOROUGH. } 

i! 
7. 

Aa (Miaance upon Application of Hudgins an^ 
Assodates, Inc.. for a ConditiomU Use Permit for a 
dujdot on certain prc^wrty located on the South side qf, 
13th &reet. banning at a pobit 300 feet West of ParH| 
Avenue, runnhig a distance of 50 feet along the South 
side of 13th Street, running a 4istance of 140 feet along 
the Wfttem property liiie, running a dtotance of 30 fe^L 
along tiw Southern property line and running a distance 
of 140 ftet along tiie Eastern propoly line. Said parc^j 
contains 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACh! 
BOROUGH. .^ 

n\ 

8. '" 

An Ordiamwe upoa >^plicaUon of Herbert D. anp*^' 
Mary H. Snltii for a Conditional Use Permit for H^' 
lesidentiil kennel (m certain property located on the^ 



PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



w !,'.!.' ^^ Soutii side of London Bridge Road beginning at a poiifl' 



Virginia: 



The Regular meeting of the Coundl of Vtoginia Boich 
wiU be held in the Council ChamNrs of the 
Admimstration BuikUng, Gty Hall, Princess Anne 
SOition. Virginia Beach. Virginia tm Monday. August 
21, 1978. at 1:00 P.M., at whidi tinw tiie following 
applications will be heard: 



CHANGE OF 
CLASSIFICATION: 



ZONING 



DISTRICT 



KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



1. 



4805 fert more ot len West of Oceuia Boulevard,'' 
running a distance of 1337.34 feet along the South side, 
of London Bridge Road, running a disunce of 416.39 " 
feet along the Western property line, running a distanc(l; 
of 11(M feet more or less along the Southern proiMrtyi* 
line and running a dtotance of 1063.42 feet along thi/'' 
Eastern property line. Said {Murcd contains 20 acr^ ' 
more or less. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



w 



KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



lit 



An Ordinance upon Application of Holhmd Associates, 
A Virginia General Partnership for a Change of Zoning 
Dtotrict Ckusification from R-8 Residential Dtotrict to 
A-3 Apartment Dtotrict on certam prop^ty locMed 1000 
feet more or less Soutii of Holland Road begimting at a 
pont 1520 feet more or las Wat of Proposed Roscmont 
Road, running a dtotance of, 1625 feet.^UmiS tt\ev 
Ndrffiern ptointif^ii^itiuming a dtotance of 1$Q f^k^ 
akm$ the Westeni fHtqwrty line, running a dtotance of 
1(^ feet in an Easteriy (tirection, running around a curve 
in a Northeasto-ly direction a dtotance of 1360 feet and 
running a dtotance of 750 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains 20 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon ^plication of George C. Hunt for 
a Change of Zoning Dtotrict Classification from R-5 
Residential IMstrict to R-8 Residential District on 
certain propoty located <m the timih side of Parlianmit 
Drive teginning at a point ItO feet more or less West of 
Yoder Lane, running a dtotance of 680.16 feet along the 
Southern prc^pcxty line of i^di 616.71 feet to the North 
side of Parlinmit Mve^ running a dtotance of 585.68 
feet along the Wntem ftopaiy line, running a distance 
of 693.14 feet along tiie Northern property line and 
running a dtotance of 838.^ feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains 10.7 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



Petition of William E. Wood for a Chan^ of Zoning 
Dtotrict Gassifiauton frcNn R-8 Residoitial IMstrict to 
0-1 Office Dtotria on certain property located mi tiw 
Nortii side of KempsviUe Rcmd beginning at a point 780 
feet West of Bramlon Bmiterard, nmaing a distance of 
670 feet along tiw Nortii side of KempsviUe Road, 
nmnhv a diftance of 542 feM along the Western 
{Hvpoty line, running a ^staiwe of 685 feet along the 
Northern jwc^wrty toe ud nmidng a distance of 570 
feet along tiw Eastern proporty line. Said parcel 
contains 8.6 acres. KH^fPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

4. 

An Ordhumce upon Apf^cation of Hury D. and Mabel 
B. Church for a Change of Zoning District 
C^j^flcttion from R-8 Residential Dtotrict to B-2 
Cmnmunity-Buaness on certain property looited at the 
Southwe^ intnsection of Pott^ Road and London 
Brhlie Road, runnu^ a distance of 100. 14 feet along the 
So^ ^ie of Potters RMd, runirii^ a t&mnM of 
1C9.08 fe^ along the Western property Une, running a 
dirtaiwe of 1^.62 feet atoi^ the Southern propttty line, 
ruanfav a Astaaoe of 70.94 fe^ akmg the West skte of 
Lo^km BM^ RMd and runniiv armmd a curve in a 
NMtNnttf^ (ttrection a distaiwe of 74.41. feet. Said 
pared ctmtams 385 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

a>NDrnoN vm permit: 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: 

5. 

Aa Ordinance upon A^oiticm of Hudgins and 
iMsociates, Ik., for a'Conditional Use Permit for a 
d^et OB cetiua ptepatjf looted at tiw Soutlmisi 
cmuct of itti ^re^ awl OMurtri^t A^^niw, running a 
distance of % feet ah^ tiw South sidhe of I3tii &reet, 
runnii^ a dtoamx of 140 fe^ ^«ig the Eastern 



An Ordinance upon AniUcation of Fine and Saizberg 
for a Conditi<mal Use Pmnit for an automobile service 
station cm certain property located 20 feet South of'' 
Indian River Road beginning at a point 653. 10 feet West 
of KempsviUe Road, running a distance of 130 feet' 
along the Eastern property line, running a distance of, 
150 feet along the Southern propoty line, running a'^ 
distMee of ISO feet ^<mg the Western property line and' 
runnim a distaiwe of 150 ftet ^ong the Northerri' 
prop^y line. Said parcel contains .45 acre!" 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. ^^ 

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Gty Clerk 

VBS 8/2, 8/9 






NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 



Virginia: 



a 

The regular meeting of the Coundl of Virginia Beach 
wttl be held hi the Council Chambers of the'' 
AdmintotratioB Building, City HaU. Princess AnnlU 
Sution, Virgiatoi Beach, Virginto on Monday. August'? 
28, 1978, at 5:30 p.m., at which time the following 
^>pUcati(»swUl be heard: ' 



CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIRCATION 



PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 



1. 






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An OrdfaMMoe uixm Ai^ication of Lakesi(tel 
Constrw^imi C(»p(miti«i fmr a Change of Zonin|> 
Dtotrict Classification from R-3 Residential District td^' 
R-6 Residential Dtotrict on certain property located: 
755.05 feet East of Oceana Boulevard b<^nning at \i\ 
point 1642.58 feet Nortii of Princess Anne Road, 
running a dtotance of 1261.43 feet along the Western l 
property Ihw, runnnig a dtotance of 810 feet along tiwi 
Northera ptcpaiy Uiw, running a distance of 550 feet in 
a Soutiwrly direction, runnfaig a dtotance of 282 feet in m 
Westerly direction, mnntag a (^stance of 320.33 feet in; 
a Soutiwrly ctirectioa and runafaig a distance of 553 .69i! 
fm along tiw Soutiwrn property line. Said pared*' 
C(Nitidas 18.2acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH, i 



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Aa (Mkmaat \xpw Ai^iotion of Lakesidei 
Coama^ian Cc^ponMon for a Change of Zoning 
IMttriet C^i^fi^ion from B-2 ComntUnity-Business 
Dbtrwt to R-4 R»dent»l IMstrict on certain proper^ft 
located 1340 feet East of dceaiia Boulevard b^nitoH 
at a poim 2084.51 feet North of Princess Anne Roa<^i 
runntaig a dl^ance of 385.51 feet along the Western 
propo^ toe. runntaig a dtotance of 1841.67 feet aloi«> 
tiw Nortksn property Uiw, ruanii^ a Stance of 70 fe^ 
almig tte EiMam prc^wrty Itaw and running a distaiMie 
of 1775 JO fe« along the Southern jroperty Bne. Sntt 
paitcl eoattins 11 acres. PRINCESS ANMI 
BOROUGH. ^ 

3. ^1 

An CH^moBt. uptm AiH^icatkm of Li^^M 
Construction CorpMitioB for * C^i^ge of Zon^ 
Dtotrict Cterifwa^ ftom AG-1 Agricuhnral Dtotrict 
to R-6 Rertdeatial OlMriM on emiio proper^ kx^^ 
1520 feet more or le» EaM of Oe^i^^ BoalewMd 
^Mywnii^ at a pete 24n feiriRW^ ot %m f'fcwtii tff 
Prices Anne Road, runnii« a <HM^ce of 1587.03 fed 



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^'iTong the Southern property line, running a distance of 
iM^ feet i^Oiv 4m Bmern property line, running a 
stance of^lVJja feet along the Northern property 
«. ninniqg a distance of 350 feet in a Southeasterly 
Ion i^d running a distance of SSO feet in a 
~|5utherly ^rmrtion. Said parcel contains 34.8 acres. 
^INCESSANNE BOROUGH. 

fg^ Ordii^nce upon Application of Lakeside 

^^^nstructiom Corporation for a Change of Zoning 

^^trict Cl^sification from AO-1 Agricultural District 

»; R-9 R^idential Townhouse District on certain 

^^ra)perty looted 3100 feet more or less East of Oceana 

Boulevard ieginning at a point 210 feet more or less 

2 t^rth of l»roposed False Cape Parkway, running a 

l^tance of 1015 feet along the Western property line, 

inning a distance of 610 feet along the Northern 

ipmy line, running a distance of 1075 feet more or 

§ along the Eastern property line and running a 

ice of 730 feet along the Southern property line. 

jSiid parcel contains 16.5 acres. PRINCESS ANNE 

^ROUG«. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Lakeside 
Construction Corporation for a Change of Zoning 
, Otorict Classification from AG-1 Agricultural District 
td jl-5 Rnidratial District on certain property located 
38^ feet more or less East of Oceana Boulevard 
haginning at a point 35 feet more or less North of 
Prised False Cape Parkway, running a distance of 
12A5 feet along the Western property line, running a 
dittance of J 594.62 feet in a Northeasteriy direction, 
roaning a distance of 1294.83 feet in a Southwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 596.70 feet in a 
Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 975.50 
feet in a Southwesterly direction and running a distance 
of 330 feet idong the Southern property line. Said parcel 
contains 26.5 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

An': Ordinance upon Af^iication of Lakeside 
C(»Btructio$ Corporation for a Change of Zoning 
Wttrict Clastification from AG-1 Agricultural District 
to i-2 Comipinity-Business District on certain property 
Uamed 3 100 feet more or less East of Oceana Boulevard 
beginning a^ a point 60 feet more or less North of 
Proposed False Cape Parkway, running a distance of 
105;>feet alcmg the Western propoty line, running a 
dlsttnce of 730 feet along the Northern property line, 
nii^g a ^stance of 170 feet along the Eastern 
ptt^y line afljfl n»mUngji distance of 726 feet along 
the Southern property Une. Said parcel contains 2.3 
acrme PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

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An VjOrdinance upon Application of Lakeside 
CoQ^ction Corporation f<» a Change of Zonii^ 
Dfe^ Classification from R-3 Residential District to 
B-2_^ommunity-Businen District on certain propmy 
loc^ on the North side of Princess Anne Road 
beil^g at a point 330 more or less East of Oceana 
Bouli^ard, running a distance of 787.89 feet along tiie 
No^side of Princess Anne Road, running a distance 
°f J^-99 feet along the Eastern property line, ninning 
a i^nce of 553.69 feet along the Northern property 
Un^gd ninning a distance of 1622.32 feet along the 
W^n property Une. Said parcel contifins 24.5 acres. 
PRftlCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 

Petition of Corporate Designs, Ltd., for a Chaise of 
Zoning District Classification from R-6 Residential 
District to 0-1 Office District on certain property 
located at the Northwest corner of 36th Street and 
Pacific Avenue, running a distance of 150 feet along the 
West side of Pacific Avenue, running a distance of 125 
feet along the Northern property line, running a 
distance of 150 feet along the Western property line and 
running a distant of 125 feet along the North side of 
36ih Street. Said parcel contains 18,750 square feet. 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

Richard J. Webbon 
aty ClCTk 

VBS 8/9, 8/16 



Fair share 



Continued from page 1. 

1983. 

Over the years, Borberg said, the district has 
cooperated with the SWCB but the "board keeps 
promising money... We can't wait any longw." By 1983 
the HRSD will run out of capacity. 

If all of the needed projects wwe approved now, 
Borberg said, the Atlantic Plant and the Nasemond 
plant wiri qxrate at 70 percent capacity wh«i finished, 
which "ii not a whole lot of growth built into the 
plants." 

He suggested council contact the Water Control 
Board monbers. and the staff and "let your desires be 
known.". 

CouiKibnan Reid Ervin also suggested calling 
Congresttiien Robert Daniel and William Whitehurst. 
"It's fine tiie governor makes the appointments, but it's 



time we had a representative tiiere," he said. 

Borberg poiatid out Uwt tiw HRSD has spent much 
of its own funds for die sanitation system rather than 
Uie expected 75 percent (federal), 25 percent (local) 
participaticm. 

From 1973 $21,686 in HRSD funds have gone into the 
Chesapeake-Elizabeth and Atiantic Plant and System 
Projects against a federal contribution of $20,560,000. 

Proposed projects - Atiantic and Chesapeake- 
EUzabetii Plant and System call for federal spending of 
173.400,000 and HRSD spending of $24,500,000. 

To date, the total federal expenditure ($42,826,000) 
has faUen below tiie distirict's ($42,200,000). 

Projected spending in die district calls for $126.5 
million In federal funds, and $42.2 in distiict funds. 

Borberg indktted that as more local f^mds are used to 
expand and upfrade facilities, rates will have to be 
increased. 






Stafaied glass 

studio moves 
toBeadi 



City continues water seardi 



The Tiffany Touch Stained Olasi Studio and School has 
conqrieted the move from 21it Street in Norfolk to ia new 
quarten at 5773 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beidi. 

Located in die Arrowhead section of Kempsville, just off 
die Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway at Newtown Road, 
The Tiffany Touch will offer a profesdonal b^inner's course 
h> leaded stained glass design and fabrication startina 
September 19. 

Day and evening sessions, limited to toi eich, are rq)tdly 
filUag. Advanced daises wiO be offered tt a later date. The 
instructor is Bridget Watson, Professioaal Artisan, who holds 
aMaster of Art and Design from the Americin Stained Glass 
Institute. 

As in prior sessirau, each studoit completing the 16-hour, 
ei^-wedc course, will fabricate a Hffany-type mirror equal 
to OT fscmlin g die SSO tuition cost. Tools and materials 
va toed at y proadmately $30 are needed. 

Proqwcthe studots are urged to contact the studio 
prooqidy at 499-8553 or visit between nine and five daily. 



ByLeeCahUl 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 

Althouflryirginia Beach supports Lake Gaston as tiie 
primary long-range water resource for soutiieastem 
Virginia the city wiU continue its hunt for alternative 
water sources. 

City council Monday afternoon approved a 
resolution supporting the selection of Lake Gaston by 
the U.S. Corps of Engineers as a primary water source 
for the area. The resolution also stated it was witii the 
understanding that the Southeastern PubUc Service 
Authority and the city of Virginia Beach will continue to 
explore more expedient alternatives in the interim until 



the Lake Gaston soiuve beccHnes available. 

aty manager George L. Banbury noted tiiat die city 
is continuing is exploration tiirough tiie Water 
Resoufoes Study being conducted by Wiley and Wilson. 

The Soudwastem Public Service Autiiority has 
consistentiy recommended die use of die Oackwater- 
Nottoway system u die primary water supply s<Hirce for 
tile region. The water available tiiere, however, has been 
allocated to Union Camp and (Mhers. 

Mayor Patrick L. Standing said that dds was not die 
only prt^lem. Even if die water was available, the 
auUiority would have to secure permission for 
impoundment - division of die water. 



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^rdinpnce upoji ..Application of Lakeside 
action Corporation for a Change of Zoning 
Classification from B-2 Community-Business 
, to R-6 Residential District on certain property 
'&n dieNorth sideof Sandbridge Road beginning 
»t 1300 feet more or less East of Painters Lane, 
^ i a distance of 1087 feel more or less along die 
L^de of Sandbridge Road, running a distance of 
V^M9Pi the 5»s^jp».proiierty line, running a 
■ of 783.93 feet in a Nortiiwesterly direction, 
a distance of 327.70 feet in a Northerly 
a, runnii« a distance of 1460 feet more or less m 
jr^terly dirMtion, runnii^^ a distance of 320 feet 
Btfiwesterly diraction', running a distance of 250 
I Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 
[feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a 
140 feet in a Soutiiwesterly direction, nmning 
Qf 765 ie«. in A; Southwesterly direction, 
distanpe of 1306.55 feet in a Soutiieasterly 
and nmning a distant of 612.17 feet m a 
terly direction. Said parcel contains 1804 
INCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



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linance upon AppUcaUon of Lakeside 
«ion Corporation fbrja Change of Zoning 
g^^ion fraa J-f Re^Motial District to 
^tial Distnctbn cotain property located 800 
i or less North of Sandbridge Road beginning 
J 885 feet more or less Northwest of Entrada 
nve, junning a distance of 1370 feet along the 
>uthem property Uae. nmning a distance of 1241 feet 
ong tte Westera property lide, naming a distance of 
91#et more or less akmg the, Northeni property Une 

d i^gng a distance of 925 feet more or less along tiie 
«^^opetty Kne: Sild^wod cratains 32 acres. 
IIN^S ANNE BOROUGH.* ' 



Thblgs 

UnHmlted 

■cesad 

Jenny Jacobs has been 
very haiipy with the resuks 
of advertisonents hi the 
Chesapeake POST/Vir- 
ginia Beach SUN. 

As manago- of Things 
Unlimited New and Used 
in Virginia Beach she 
recenUy advertised used 
refrigenttvs and window 
screens. 

"We have been really 
pleased with die 
advertisonent fai the 
classified section and 
whoieva- we advotise a 
specific iton we get lots of 
calls on tint iton." said 
Jacobs. 

Hie store is run for the 
boiefit of the Frietub 
School on Laskin Road. 
Like their name implies 
diey have many tUngs fa 
sale, new and used, and 
some lo\^y antiques. 

"We know die calls are 
created l^ die «i in ymv 
papCT because that is the 
(Hdy place we are 
advotidng that particular 
itemOTiteuM." 

For quick r^ults, caU 
481-3477. 

iuHms 
wRhid 

"The ad worked!" 
A few nuMiths a^ 
Joseph D. SaliAon of 
Virginia Beach advertised 
fne kitted in the 
Cheapeake PCMT/Vir- 
giniaBeMdiSUN. 



Eve Pace of 812 Raymond, Viigfaiia BoKh, and Mike 
Anapd (^Bayonne, NJ, were amcmg Master Point winncn at 
die isn Summer Nordi America Chaiqiionshipt of the 
Amerieui Ccmtract Bridge League hi Toronto July 21-30. 



They won first in dieir section in the Ontario Pain, a 
(me-d^r diampionship hi iddch 1,776 pbiyen oot^ieied. 
The event was anumg four Nordi American Chanwkm- 



ships. eight Eastern Stales chaa p ioaships. and 48 odier events 
which drew 7,000 ptayen to im days of '^■wrtdriwi here. 

Bridr Pliym of every dass of skill eoovete duhig die meet, 
oneof time m^ tomaaMnts each ysar sponsimd by die 
ACBL. Master Point awards are symbols of bridge victories. 
The AXXL is a aoiHmfh orginiadoa of sosoe 200,000 
oompeddvc playen la the Uaiiid StalH, Qmaita. Modoo and 
Beimuda. It ooodncts 900 toomaflMnts a year and 5,000 chibe 
provide weekly games dmwghoat dw contiMBt. 




Thatcher 
awards 

presented 



Junior American atizens is an organization 
qionsored by die Daughters of die American 
Revolution to promote patriotism in children from 
preschool age dirough age eighteen. Princess Anne 
County Chapter, D.A.R., qxmsors two dubs at 
Montessori Chitdren's House. 

Recentiy, Mn. Clarence Smidi, Regent of Princess 
Anne County, presented HiatchCT certificates and 
pins to: Billy McConndl, Sbaanxm Winters, Todd 
VwnaUis, Christa Pladien, Stephen Ellwood. Lynda 
Ewald, Valerie SiedkcU, Jennifer Wadiak, Betsy 
Reed, Uuren Marie McNamara, Adam Lischer, 
Tina Adams, and Kfichellc dan. 

Awards are based on growdi in Americanism, 
dependability, leadership, and dedication to die 
activities promoted by die Junior American atizens 
Committee. 

Many of die award winners were involved when 
die school won a ^centennial Award from die 
fficoitennial Craunission of Vkginia Beach in 1976. 



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inwce upon ^||^^»i<m of Lakeside 
Corp«ati<m for a Owmge of Zoning 
"^«ion from R-4 Residaitnl Distrurt to 
District on certain property located on 
of Sandbrid^ Road b^inning at a pnnt 
W« of Entracta Drive, nmmag a distance 
a^ die Nordi side of Sandbrid^ Road, 
of 1255 Teet more or le» in a 
runrtBt*i^awrf 1635 feet 
to a mtkmm^^^^m^ running a 
w^ fc a Wtot^^ direction, running 
1577.51 fert ^ag ti» ^teidiem property 
^%^^<!tmrM tm aJ<Mig tiie 
HK.^^M^fMtM MiMitt 40 acres. 



*Consi<teriiv srawone 
vving away kittms Is 
■b(Mit as mtAoome as the 
plague," smdSatann. 

"I am vtsy hapi^ with 
there^f^." 

A^xHOi^ to Salmon, 
^ reason f<x such good 
resulu is diat die papo^ n 
read i^ local families. 

'The people who 
ai»w^ our ad ^id 
«4thln five miks of our 
hdoie." 

for quKA resufts, oUI 
481-3477. 



4dl8mshoMred 

Rhae Adams, right, president of Beach Fowl, Inc., 
VlrgiBia Beach, receivei Ford DMH^*! certUkatc of 
writ in recogaitira of iris 25 yon as a Ford dealer 
froa JaaMs C. Sathciiaad, the #fflrf«M'r RiehMMl 
<ttMrt sales manger. Adam starM In m antomodve 
•""•""■ i» 1949, wlMi be «w sett^ Mdtt tm Tyrce 
JoHs, a Portomoadi Ford dcalersa^ Md Mer became 
•aica manager for BewdMefe Ford itfVMrport News. The 
Vh^nta Beach dcalenl# was cstaM^d Ii 19^ aader 
the BUM of EaAhac Fond, which wwWir Aa^S^ to 
Baach Ford. AAune Is a memb^ of d» board of 
directors of FMeBty Amerion Bank ilM Vk|^Ai State 
JayacdMrimaB. 



Beach 4-H 
sponsors 

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4«rOflioe at 427-4617. 



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For I wide ehofce of buyers, 
raiten. woritai in your 
nd|Ueito«l. utt lofw con 
danffiMl tUifi torn ixadnm 
BewqMpcr. Get lenimffHckl 

LOCALTOUCH 

No odicr medium i> bound up 
wbh the emjdKf m^^fMr 
eoaamAy more, thu your 
IwoMtawnnewqwiicr. 

EX-RACil^ 

Ifi 10 ewy. . .tiwertiie flw 
thtagiyovno loafer need in the 
durified columns of your 
iMBHiown newsptper. In 
nt§AB^ no time at. vB. people 
fai your oc^hborhood win know 
what you htv« to sell. You'teoa 
the rand to extra cash. . . 
Mmebody wfll rnd your ad and 

bi^l 

MJoaaanAcs. 

The daMified sectioo of yow 
honetowa newspaper to 
cnotti^ the boUetiahottd and 
market plaoe of te oommuniQr. 
It hicaiei the IhteKited cuctomer 
as no other advcrttoii« can do. 
Ttt to beome the cuitoiDen hi 
your aei^riwrhood turn to the 
ihniifhwl pi«ei and search out 
the adverttemeu for what he or 
herwantttobiqr. 






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Twin engine service for all 
TitJewater. We fly your 
schedule anywhere. Join our 
V.I. P. club by flying with ut 
often. Each time you fly with 
us we reduce the rate.* Casino 
specials are available to At- 
lantic City beginning in 
August. Airlines cutting out 
your best connections? We 
caf) save you time wasted at 
terminals. 
Try us for a pleasant change. 

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AVIATION 

424-5554 

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By Elizabeth George 

Viking Marine has a lot to offer its customers with its 
variety of boats, quality servit* department and a 
complete line of accessories. 

Established in 1967, the business was Uken over on 
September 1, 1977 by J.D. Maume and David J. 
Maiune. 

"We were looking for a growing concern of good 
growth potential and Viking fit the bill," said David. 

J.D. is president of the company and has had 20 jwars 
exp^ioioe in the automotive tadustry. He was formerly 
the d«lw placeman manager for Chryslw CorporatiMi 
in Pittslmrg. David is vice president and has had 17 
years eyi^ience as a sales re|»resenUtive for Umg Star 
Industry in the Norfolk and Virginia Beach areas. 



According to David Maume, it has been a smjQOifia 
first year in bushicss. Presently, Viking Marine fmpjpyi 
eight people including head mechanic Ken Hauk, %ik 
apparently has a loyal following of Johnson motor 
owners throughout all of southside Hampton Rowli, 

Viking Marine is an authoriwd dealer for Aristogr|ft, 
Boston Whaler, Fiberform, Johnson outboard mAm» 
Ranger bass boats, Starcraft and Wellcraft. 

"We are (Murticularly excited about uking in the A^ 
Wellcraft models," said Maume. 

As WeUcraft's newest dealer in Tid«wa^^, Vjjltjp 
Marine is one of the first dealers on the east Qp0 to 
receive the 1979 models. v ; 

The company is good said Maume, '*||eQ»ua« 9(^: 
quality boaU in which we deal and the tt^ntioii W^ 
details uid customers needs which arc <m th« top of ditf 
priority Hst." 



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YOUR TntEb upholstery 
can be ctained and ^ven 
new life by Da&Hd'i 
Magic Mist. Call 425-ti08S 
for free estimates. ■ 

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^eramic & floor tile. Old 
P new work. Bathrooms, 
jptchchs and porches. 
I FREE estimates. 
¥ Call 

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PARTY? Let "Pixie" the 
magiciah entertain your 
guests of childroi aad/or 
l»rties, churches, schools, 
company dinners, etc. 
Clowns available. 833- 
US2 tf 

FREE CLASSES to try 

Tri-Chem Liquid Em- 
brmdary. For further 
details call 464-9470. 89 

AFGANS-hand knU. 
Your choice of colors. 
Priced by size. 

Reasonable. Order now 
for Christmas presents. 
464-2649. 830 

THE FANNY D. FIN- 

NEY Evan^istic Hour 
nay be heard every Satur- 
day at 1 p.m. OS WPCE 
1400 AM dial. For pnya 
and Quistian counseling 
dial 623-3052. tf 

SUMMER SHOP AT 
HOME Catalog. Send 
name, addreu, 1.00 to 
Grigp Gift Cent«. M15 
NE John CarlMn Kd. 
Bremerton, Washington, 
98310. 86 



NEED Six Women in- 
u^mttd in nmiog $60 to 
SlOO wedtfy. Part time 
from your home. Call 4W- 
0977 for anwiMnMit. tf 



YARD HAVEN -Yarn 
and needlecraft - sidewalk 
sale. Savings to 30 
percent. Fridays & 
Sattirdays. BeLo 
Sh(qq^ Center, Shore 
Dr. Great Neck Road. 
481-0933. tf 

I WILL CARE FOR 
ELDERLY. S373 a 

month. Everything 
furnished. 424-91 18. 8-9 

WE DO UPHOLSTERY, 

slip covers A drapes. Free 
estimates. Fabrics ^own 
in your home. Discounts 
on all fabrics. 833-3904. 

8-9 

MAGIC-LEARN from a 
professional nu^dan fw 
profit ai^ i^estige. Low 
rates. All a^. 83^8832. 
830 

SHARE-A-PLACE. Tf 

]mi have a flax ot ut 
k>oking fat a i^ace to 
share with someoM who 
is ccHnpatiMe caO 486- 
8328. 830 

ILLNESSES, BIRTH- 
DAYS, ANNIVER- 
SARIES MADE brighter 
wth fresh flowCTS, pem 
plants. S3.00 delivers). 
W«ldini»-fuattab. 
BOH'S Hickory FloriM. 
Satisfaction guaranteed. 
547-7348. 823 






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SALCSIanlooUaifor 
a person who has the 
desire to Ht into Mkt. 
One who feeb t^ liavt 
ability for ial« b« iiiva 
never had the Ofipoftiiidty 
to prove their wortk. If 
this is for you, call 
Frances OibKw at $47- 
331 1 betwen 10 a.m. 04. 
3 p.m. for jia 
appointment. TuM4Kf 
through FHday. 

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TWOPEOPUNHINSD 

fw newqMpcr cbeiditioa 
routes. Wc wffi ptSJK^pm 
mile plus &i(9 par Hmif to 
service coin boiei ona <l^ 
each wedc ia QurngmSu 
or V|b HMh. Id^d for 
hbusewifjt^r oi rfUnd 
person. Apfpr. I kopUW 
route. fia««10r)^il& 
EnployW. ia^ i|i 
peison to ClMi«Hp|f 
Post .10i«^Battl«fMil 
Blvd.. Cheigp^k*!.' 
Virgiiiia. No plmpe fpQI 
pleaie. tf , 

UNUSUAL Ofh 
ORIVNITy-tfnbUkHiS 

pcrsM who daAs top 
n«iiaf«aieft positioa'' 
withia Sonars. UaUaBHad 
Earaing potanria|||p»iri 
oppotiunity< Wnm^n, 
3931.1921. ^' m- 

TJRE lECAPrfliG 
SUPERVISOR-For St. 

Bride CorrectioiiiJ 
Center. Must have Hiih 
SdKKri or O.E.D. diakwii 
and 4 years cqwriea0i> 
tire recapping. 1 ypftf 
which must have been at 
the supervisory Icv^. 
Satary $10,512 to S14,32l 
wiA tm* benefits. 



Af,til|ATI0NB4btai's 

aN Wetpao's ck>thing. 
RempaaMc prices. Fast 
tItMm. Hewe call Jane 
AMHrr4i7-9Stt. tf 



^ICT INTO THE 
pCITmiG world of 
CNnehlto breeding. Small 
lileasliwBt, Igrge return. 
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biimKa 3:30 mi 7:30 
p*at. tf 

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pa^. excellent taiotmie 

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fVli'iCframics. Cer- 
tilM JQ^I«aa Teacher. 
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MAGIC coil 

C^tportuahy to edvaaoa tt) 
management. Lil^ral 
oommislion. car hiflvl, 
TW^wft* vea. CaU 4(7. 
4040 - -No investment 
required. 

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CLERK TYPIBT-far 

huaranceiaency.Maipa. 
mat be w^gg to. Itpm. 
Call for appointai^; 
547rS3S|. 12} 

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WAi«rr MORE oirr OP 

ure? Tun the taMes 
with extra income. In4 
teresting part-daw work. 
Training provided. Gtf 
463-2021 for faiterview.tf 



DliCO DANCE 

8TlipiO-Now Open. 
QBMlnf Special - 5 
iBBPft-rymR Wayne 
iM^ m-mo Visitors 
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MM* att levds <^ 
rBara in my home 
orpOHn.4$44S17.«fter6 
pm. 830 

Ipjp TUNINP-RE- 
filPiMC .fiay« pianos 
HMirfnd. qU oiiBOB b 
ipl^.CiO 424-3218. tf 

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DATSON W4 B 21*, 
AM-FM, 4 qieed, pood 
condition. "Ubefl bitt^npt 
abused." Reliable 
trvnportation. $1700. 

4244715. JUL 

f> > - ^ Tt 

CORVElTE-1972 CON- 
VERTIBLE, red, full 
power, removable 
hardttq). air comlitioning. 
good tires. "Never raced 
or wrecked!" Excellent 
condition, S3,20iL Call 
460-1020. 89 

V-W. 1974 DASHER, 4 

door sedan. Good 
condition. Going 

overseas. Must sell 
$2,500,420^5694. 830 



BASS BOAT 1977 polar 
craft. 16' 35 Hsp. 
Evinrude dkctric stut, 
long trailer, bow momrt. 
Foot contn^. trdDfait 
motor, live well A 
accessories. Sacrifice 
$3.000. 340^85. 830 



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CHRYSLER.9 PsMenger, 
Town & <^mtiy Wagon, 
air conditituing cruise 
control, mechanically 
perfKt, new^ tires, drives 
beautifuUy. $4,100 firm. 
583-1396. tf 



Ooai|.24* SPORT 
FISHERMAN* center 
consc^, outrittets, depth 
finder, fully equimwd & 
IcMutod! Twin mpiMs, low 
hours, fast, ecmiomical 
asking $11,500. ^7736. 
8-9 



I^IRIBUTORS NEED- 
ED FOR home parties. 
E»epdoul cominisriwi 
and bomises. Fyn/part 
fime. No txptxiaee 
needed. We train. 40- 
«93$. 425-1542. 425-8906. 
816 

GROCERY STOCX 
CLMSaa neettod to fill 
part-time sdwduk. 

Eip^ciKe a(M neccMuy 
wppis to Vahie Fair 
^ics, Churdiland. 
C^Mict mu^er Oavid 
Broml^. 830 

mAVY.HOU«ICLEAN 
IMS DUTIES. 

POKtBUOUth UOi. 

Trgnipoitatinn will be 
AMtahed. Needed 1 day a 
waiit. Please call 543- 
1130. 89 

CABllRlVniSDAY OR 
NIGHT shifts. Har- 
Ai^lwrs will Mm yjod 
iMMeyf IMamond Taxi, 
y^a^ Beach. CaU Mr. 
Bir^464-3:»9. » tf 



■ABynrna neiiai it 
my hoaM-Peq> Cnak 
Area. Mofday 

Friday. 7:30.3:« p.ai. 
Starting hi mid>Awiit« 

can487-«52^/- 0: 

SfMriy BTAtBBt 

Electrolux needs 
men/women to 

demonstirate vacupla 
cl«uiers ia hoiMS. 
Commissions to 
$30.0oa<]iMi. Owa bRint.. 
Benefits. Pliwe ctf i# 
4949. 84 



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taf liMhffih on stamibid 
hk ripe oeosole-ai|Bn., 
Smtlanjr experience. 
4IN3#. tf 

ifVfm .TtAf;BE^R- 

Df^ires 
. Join 

taught, 

ff pp vP »«He wkh what . 

hM. Iiapfwbte noes. Af- 
ter 6KI0.Cidl4IB-7447. tf 





S(M to Msi« with sifgs, 
m^MaMBCnL rrnmntih * 
Qrett annr popsiW|lt|pi. 
E«^ oppottnAy. OA 
4^ui91l for 

qppotaAnent. A4ww A 
Assoc. tf 



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'M^fl. AKC 

n^iiinvl^ papers. 

ierfood 

7 yeeks. 
816 





PSSKBrTyeBrs 
al4;lilBlUW. Free to 
baiiain or teaily who 
iMpiNhMGiBent iqtf di d<^ 
Mii ^^ dtepMltion. 
816 



HOIiSC 8ITTES - 

Reliable, local fonp^ 
teacher will hopsaH^f 
res(m iKMue this nmner. 

Wttlgivel9viafcaiaptaa' 
tsHinimals. Refefew^.-. 
Call l-703.SI2-»510 er 
481-1207. ^ 

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TUTORING, HOUSE 
CLEANING, stwini, 

»H>Mig m ^la^t. 

E^^lsh l^her dgsirps 
wtmma iwt. 4864)755. 
84 



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atee Utters to 
0l9m, ftop, Champioo. 
t4*X'0. Uae. Toms, 
tf 



liTIMii .COLLIE, 

Jm lam a ymr 
I to a hi^ food 
happ-|,avcs peoiTlef 
f|HMC^40M442. 816 



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NmiNO PUPP^. « 





IRISH SETTER 

PUPPIES-S males. AKC 
Registered, Price 
negotiable. 420-7625. tf 

DOBERMAN PUPS - 
AKC REGISTERED- 1 

male-black and tan; 2 
females-red and rust; 2 
females-black and tan. 
Excellent bloodlines. 
Championship heritage. 
Priced to sell. 622-4435- 
daily., after 5 - 427.2984. 
823 



FREE TO GOOD HOME 
PUPPIES-Pekingese- 

mixed. 8 weeks old, will be 
small. 587-6435 after 5. 89 

GERMAN SHEPARD 

PUPS-Registered, show- 
able, 12 weeks old, 
champion lineage! $150. 
461-3047. 89 

SIAMESE KITTENS and 

adults- Registered, 
champion lineage, 
reasonably priced. Please 
caU 461-3047. 89 



FREE TO GOOD 
HOMES, heaUhy dogs, 
cats, kittens. Need homes 
or will have to go to 
SPCA. Please Help! 425- 
7146. Jim, after 6. 8-9 



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DOBERMAN PUPS- 

AKC registered. Excellent 
bloodlines. Championship 
heritage. Priced to sell. 
622-4435. DaUy, 627-2984 
after 5 p.m. 830 

FREE KITTEN-i>male. 
«Mte- black spot. 
Healthy, aflfcctionate. 6 
weeks old, "I will pay to 
have spayed." Needs good 
home - .I'm allergic! 488- 
6685. 830 



2»ArtieieefarSaie 



1 WHITE FREEZER, 

good condition - $150.00. 

2 Chairs, $7.50. 1 reguUu- 
size bed $12.00. 1 farfisa 
keyboard, paid $300.00 - 
sell for $150.00. 1 dectrie 
oven (roticoy) $25.00. I 
nibud card ttble, $20.00 
orbestfrffer. 489-7447. tf 

OAKAWALNUT FURN4 
ITURE, glasswarei 
picture frames, 

NASEMOND ANTI- 
QUES. 1220 N. Main St.; 
Suffolk, 539^6269 tf 

\ 
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.OFFICE DESKS-wood; 
good condition, $25; 
Office chairs-reasonably 
priced. Call 488-0329. 81^ 



ALL TYPES OF NEW A 
USED resuuraat and bar"! 
equi|Hnent. Coaw to Dixie ^ 
Scales. Inc. 1008 Granby]; 
Street. CaU 623-7073. tf"^ 



AIR CONDITIONER> 

9.000 BTU.good^ 
condition, works well. 
Reverse Cycle. $75. 
OutcMn matte. 42^2425i 
823 



CAR PHONE-By^ 

Motorola, excellent^ 
condition, originally 
$1,800 wiU sacrifice foi*^ 
$1450. $14.00 Monthl)^ 
qjottiiig charge. Moving 
486-3228. 823' 



CUSTOM PICTURE"! 
FRAMING EQUIP-] 

MENT-induto large dry 
mount press and 60**t 
dionm-. Great busimss'* 
opportunity-must seH.'< 
$1500.623-3192. 823^ 

DAVIS SMITH^ 

rtOSPITAL BED.uscd' 
len than 2 wMks, total 
electric, excellrni 
CCMKHtiMl. $400 or best 
0^9420- 1006. 82.1 



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CHURCH'S APOIQUES 

I * SELUNG POST. At 

1^ Fox HaU. 50» East Prin- 

1 1' cess Anne Road. 20 per- 

:' coit off with this adver- 

tisanait. Please call 833- 

i- 9548. tf 



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FLEA MARKET No. 3. 
3315 South Military 
Highway. Open Friday, 
Saturday, Sunday only 10- 
6. Inside stalls and table 
set-ups for rent. 28 stalls 
to serve you. Free ad- 
mission., 487-9803. 

FLEA MARKET-Shore 
Drive-In Theatre. Route 
60 at Bay Bridge Tunnd. 
Open Saturdays! Sorry 
Closed Sundays-See you 
&indays at Norfolk Drive- 
in. 4S1-5872. tf 



Wanted to 

ilUY:Window screens- 
46Vi X 23Vt - su needed. 
PiCtte call Joan - 481- 
3471. tf 

WEIwy diamonds and any 
type of gold. 461-8261. 
Dealer. tf 

WiOlER FURNITURE- 

Old fashioned, any con- 
dition, ne«i broken pieces 
for parts. Will do repairs. 
CaU 461-8786. tf 



PIANOS-New and used. 
rentals/tuning/re|»iring/ 
rebuilding/rermishing. 
Peele & Tollison Piano 
Wardiouse, 5312 Building 
E. Virginia Beach Blvd. 
490-1653. tf 



NORVIEW Rare Coins - 
Norfolk's mMt complete. 
Buy, sett, trade. Buying 
silver coins. 42. Southern 
Shopping Center, Nor- 
folk, 853-81 18. tf 



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PEACHESWenger Orc- 
har«to-$3.25 peck. C^n 
I04t30. Closed Sundays. 
4 ndtai east of Great 
Brklge. 1633 Mt. Pl^saht 
Rd., Chesapeake. 482- 
1364. tf 



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MIRROR RESILVER. 
INGI^ee estimate. Quick 
Service, reasonable prices. 
Free pick-up and delivery 
463-2334. tf 

ROY'S ANTIQUES ■ 

1904 Laffette Avenue. We 
buy and sdl. Used and an- 
tique furniture. 625-9624 
or 857-6710 shop. Dealer, 
tf 



COUNTRY STYLE 

ANTIQUES-Monday 
Friday 10-5 Saturday and 
Sunday by appointment. 
2339 Virginia Brach Blvd. 
at London Bridge. 481- 
2380,340-3192. tf 



. LOVE SEAT A 
MATCHING CHAIR. 

grten and yellow plaid, 
;.' brand new-sacrifice $150; 

complete 20 gal. 
:; aquarium, filter, 

backdrop, make offer. 

481-4113. 816 

nOEWATER Sew Vac, 
.2710 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard; 340-3481 or 
6528 East Indian River 
Road, 420-5803. Recon- 
ditioned vacuums $9.95 
up. Kirby service. tf 

AMANA REFRIGERA- 
T(Ht-22 cu. ft., side by 
'sitte, exoelloit condition, 
$350. or best offer. 420- 
1006. 823 



NEW GHENT 

FARMERS MARKET. 
21st Street A Colonial 
Ave. 10x20' spaces 
available for produce 
vendors. 1 Tm M$. Pm 
information call, 627- 
2787-53-2417. 89 

SHRUtf-ISkOd a pomt: 
Head on. 934-2778. ».9 



ATWOOD'S FRESH 
SEAFOOD. U24 San- 
dbridge Road. We have 
Croaker, Trout, Bluefish, 
Whiting, Cat fish. Clams, 
Crabs, and Scallops. Call 
426-7850. tf 

FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily, green's 

Seafood Market. At the 

Farmer's Market of 

Virginia Beach. Call 427- 

3574. 

Open 9-6 daily. tf 

OYSTERS . Lynnhaven. 
shucked and unwashed. 
Opposite Kurd's Seaford 
Restaurant, off Little 
Neck Rd., Earl Smith, 
340-5171. tf 

" I 1 i> I ^^^^mmm 

COWS-GRAIN FED-for 

the freezer. .45 cents a 
pound! All our customers 
are satisfled. Will MNtt 
to packing company. ^8- 
4244. tf 

HIGHEST QUALITY 
HOME GROWN 

VEGETABLES -fresh 
from our own fields. 
Freezer rates available. 
Oliver's Farm Market, 
4856 Haygood Rd. 497- 
7657. 8-9 



JACK DANIEL 

WHISKEY BARREL, cut 

in half for patio plaitters, 
with rope handles and 
drain holes, $10 each. 34D- 
3021. 816 

DIRT 4^t1. Black, feitlle 

top soil. Also sand and 
fill. Prompt service. Jack 
N. PoweU. Inc. 855-7844 
or 853-7218. tf 

noiie'V 90»M)$I^ ,.Wti^ 
FLOWERfti^llANflKWp' 
BASKETS, 8'-$3.00: 16' 
lambs/swan planters with 
plants, $5.50; Lots flKMrcl 
Comer of Pinewood St 
200 Driftwood.486-6703. 
89 

TONY'S GARDEN 
SERVICE. Complete lan- 
dscaping, trees, lawns, 
fences, painting,' roto- 
tilling & sprinklers etc. 
Free estimates. 583-1674. 
853-2335. tf 

TRACTOR IVORK 
DONE. Make your \aM 
ready for planting. Oar- 
den, grading, flM)wing, 
discing, plowing and bush 
hogwork.547-7S34. tf 



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REPAIR, Tractors, ,3. 
Hook-up equipmoit, fen- 
ce posts, peanut luy ,aild 
com, 545-8370. If 



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ELDORAOO-1973. 12 x 
54', 2 bedroom. Must seU- ' 
-being tramferred. $5000; 
(total price!) appUai^es 
included air conditkm^. 
Located lo\wly urea. 545- 
6413aftN«. tf 

1976 LIBRA, Notflymw, 
12x65' with expaiiA), 3 
bedrooms, 2 \m^^ up- 
pliances, skirting, car- 
peting, m h«>t and stove. 
Has la^ living rocMn mA 
kitcheh. 421-3676. tf 

CLAYTON-1974* Itatf', 
2 bedroooM, alNiAtd, 
chain Hak fence, e^dtaM 
coaditioa; Caa lanria m 
iol^ Take over taMit Mnt 
mNI 487-1151 lAcr 4m. 
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PRIVATE LOT, t9r 

i^afe haoe. Vaur iMit. 
with wator and srm. vary 
reasoi^>iy priced. 421*> 



FeBMl* wWM» to r«it 
lovely- air conditioned 
room with j^vate biKh U> 
mature Imale. RadcttfTe 
Townhouse- W^on 
Branch Area. Kltcbaa 
privilcdges, utilities 
included. References 
required. Reasonable rent. 
484-1796. 116 

LYNNHAVEN INLET 
AREA. Rettrad oouplai 
only. No pets allowed. 
Private on bMch. 
Shopping Center and 
fishtag pier secondi way! 
One house $175 per 
month. 3-1 bedroom 
apartments $150 par 
nionth. All lemi- 
furaished. Rcfcreacea and 
lease required. CaU 481- 
7250. 8-9 



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BEACtt FRONT MOTOL 

- Refau^ fAyaibt baaek 
on Cheupeake Bay. 
Spadous rooms $2S par 
da^ and m)! Haves In 
Motel, 3812 East Octaa 
View. Our faauly u lookiB 
kx^di^ forward to larviat 
ymi. 5884327. , tf 

CHESAPEAKE RBACH 

^ Mock from teach, 1 
becfawmi, awek^. Anily 
2509Mortmi'i»ad«c|U 
853-2891/4<4-ll|3. V«y 
reasonable ratea,V tf 



NEW y RBOIOOM 

RANCH •I hatha. CAC. 
tdt'idttm over, aeft to 
ftrif courts park, lake; 
easy access aO liaaas. 0^ 
9449. tf 



NORTBWEST-2 Red> 



Married couple, no 
diildreo, no pau. $225 a 
month. 48^4063. 816 



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GREAT RRIOGE- 

Remodeled 2 badroojB 
home, 2 car V fUtia 
centi^heat, air. laiic 
yard. No. peu. $295. 
aaonitb. &ovc/R^iiin- 
tor.48M257. 123 



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CBESAPEAKE-DOi^ 
Rd. M acres 2«" 
frontage, ^rt^ woo^ 
aoned Farmattc. HSy 
owner. ReasonaMe priced. 
417-4840. 



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METAL BUILDING. 
MOYOCK-bcsi siAed for 

auto garage. Bi^ iHft lift. 
"We heed a good gafage 

in Moyodc/' CaH 019- 
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CANDLEWOOD COVE- 

E»iiiidte 4 bectooom as- 
ch, nestled in " loMe^ 
wooded Httiag, 3200^^ 
sqiHtff fe« of Uvtagigl^ 
3 %ath<t, large nuii^ 
room, wet Imv, la^ hit- 
dow s^era puio. On 1 
irius ams. Luxury Unag. 
By owners. 481-3142. tf 



ALANTON • 4 beitfoon 
brick ranch, 2 Mtht, 
family room, flrq^iM, 
eat-in-kitehen^ N^ry« 
hardwood floon, 2 ov 
^«ae. vdl, $72,500. ^• 
4345}'481-i9M. If 



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WEUWiCvoN mws 

•3 «a#Mm 4Wei^nid|r 
room, with flit^iace, Mt- 
in Utthan, Hvhig room, 
«id« room. 1 teths. 7 
percent assnmption.^ 
SS9,900.48t-10$4. tf 



GREEN RUN 

WOfMN^NO ESTATE 

4 hedroom ranch, 
firqilMX bi fam^romn. 
ooiMr lot. EMseUfltt. b^i 
Many extract I4M Pcir 
Ti«eArch,427-3941. tf 

PEMBROKE MEAD' 
0W8. Immaculate 4 
bedrooms, cttstem 
fireplace, central air, 
family room» ^qNtiag 
drapes. Reaioftahly 
priced^ow $50's, 490- 
0221. tf 



AT YOUR SERVICE! 

TO ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION. CALL JOAN 481-3477 



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FLOKIOA •TBAOET 
BQUnOES -12 acta f«m 
nM 3 bMfaoom houae - 2 
fircfriacei, dm. fenced, 
pond. Also waterfront 
Iota, notelt, 4614120. tf 

CAFTAINB COVE . On 
Bafltam Shore. Yacht cbib 
mambarthip ayaOahla - 
nominal fee. Boatiiii, 
pool, golf, recraatkm en- 
ter. Must scU. 426-7666. tf 

WINTEBGREEN- 
a^ aaia i hnliiiing Ste with 
water/sewage. Near ski 
\Q^t. Owner terms 
avaiiaUe. Selling undn* 
market price. CaU 1-I«i3- 
8160496. tf 



1973 WAYFABER 
MOTOR BOME 20*. 
•lacpi 6. sdf-contained, 
31.000 milci, good gas 
mileage. $3,500. CaU 
Bridgeman-4M-8225 Or 
4644357 eveninp. tf 

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1978 TRAVEL 

TBAlLEB-28', self 
contained. 3 year 
agmo^, dava 6. away 
Icxtraa. Used 1 week! 
Qrighul coat $8,700 miiat 
sell-unusual circums- 
tances.$6.000. 804-420- 
8664. tf 

CMC BUS CAMPEB 

oosivated from TraUw^ys 
bos. Fully ei^ped-maay 
extras-ready to travel. 
ExecUant condition $4500. 
483-2300. 816 



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Thoreugfa- 
food area. CaU 4644439. 
830 

BABY SiniNG^ your 
hMie. Have 

tranqiortatimi. Have 
refeicoccs. 464-2649. 830 

BATON LI880N8-By 

Higk School ma|orette,iU 
afei.46^0308. 830 

CUSTOM MACHINE 
MONOmUMING-heMrl 

ta^shirtt. liaaas, etc. Pbm 
service «id reaiooMe 
priees.4f740». 830 



pn tfeitional waaea. dal^, 
firee ewrrinfi Hvo. 
hfeod^ thrv Ttmniay 
10>5. Mday ft Satoiday 
124. 459 Bflblham 
te«at, POTttnuwife. 487- 
W$, tf 

ffttirtAt^Mwidt. 

Uo^ ft stttte worit. We 
wadUItt ta amei^ and 
im-llh lireplaM. Patrick 
Moore. 481-7373. tf 

lAWCLBSSONS-Piano, 

OiVn. titer ft ao^rAan. 
WMor Woods area. 
340.7799. tf 

FAHt11N0«»eitor ft 
i^^, free eAfanates, 
tMTk ywu^. Call 
HmyW^fm, 8M 




HOUSE CLEANING- 

voietian blinds, windows, 
offices, doors, homes, 
bathrooms with mildew, 
reasonable. Annie's 
Cleaning Service. 485- 
3760. tf 

MAGIC-Learn from 
professional magician. 
For fun profit and 
prestige, Lot Rates. All 
ages. 853-8852. tf 

CHILD CARE-My home. 
Monday-Friday, reason- 
able references, lunches, 
playroom facilities. Plaza 
Area. 463-1355. 89 

MANNING A 

lOHNSON-Paint and 

gneral repair, guttering, 
carpentry, painting- 
, biterior and exterior. All 
work guaranteed. 
References. Free 
atimates. Call anytime 
463-1463. tf 



RON WEST -TRIM 
CARPENTRY, cabinets, 
paneling, doors, 
bookcases, formica, 
additions or remodeling. 
623-0201. tf 



AdditloBs. enclosures, 
fireplaces, bathromns, all 
types of home ranodeUng. 
Rree estimates ft design. 
Lki^ued ft bonded. Add- 
a-room Construction Co. 
481-0691. tf 

MOBILE HOME ROOF 
SEALING $50. 

Maximum charge. Free 
estimates. For 

information Call t.C. 
Dotson. 487-2386. tf 



SPEEDY lENCE 
OOMPANY-lnstallation 
and n^rs. We specialize 
ia Kiadergarden and dog 
m^wires. Pay what you 
can afford! 424-3273. tf 



HANDPAINTING 
CLOTHES ft UNENS, 

BMolgramming, perman- 
ent-««sh8ble. Alterations, 
(keen Run ft Kempsville 
Area. Reasonable prices. 
CaD «$74092. 816 



CHIMNEY SWEEPS - 

Don'i risk a Are. Call a 
*1^*oWA»ojftm*Sih1Kter 
Bros. Chimney Sweeps, 
licensed and insured. Call 
487-9160 or 488-8801. tf 

HAN0 DOCTOR- Full 

reUaWe piano service, 
tuaing , repairing, and 
regulating. Serving 
Southern Tidewater- 
Thompson Enterprises. 
Work on all makes. 4^ 
4157. tf 

ROOFING REPAIRS. 

Exparienced-any type, 
small jolM. Call night or 
day. 62S-9624 or 8574710 
siuq). tf 



SEWING MACHINE 
REPAOtt. In ymir home. 
This month. Regular 
($12.10) now $8.00! All 
work guaranteed. Virginia 
Beach Sewing 

MacUne. 486-21 11. 823 



WILL BUILD YOU 

Dutiful nails in 

your hone or beauty 
shop. Please feel free to 
call Ux information. 425- 
3068-497-3370. 823 



AUfO-CRUSHERS pA-1 

-junfc car removal. All 
can lowed away free, top 
doltar paid. Fast service, 
497-53^. tf 



DONT SPEND YOUR 

dqr t^ Waning out your 
gan^, attic (x basement. 
Call w fcM' a free estimate. 
Wa t^aa and haul away. 
464-1344 anytime. tf 

ELECTRICAL CON- 
TiUMOm-Free esti- 
taam. 24 Houn servi<% 
for ymir ^ctricid nenis. 
Action Electrte. 622-1089. 
tf 

FIREPLACES-Have a 

cuMm fireplace buih in 
yow heme at a reasonable 
pri^ by Michael ftHill, 
rin^ttos spectalisis licen- 
sed, bondedftinsured- 
Re«innces;482-3636. tf 



HOME IMPROVEMEN- 
TS repairs, nuuntenance. 
State licensed. Free 
Estimates. Prompt, cour- 
teous service. Quality per- 
formance. 4l|6-1544 or 
497-2520. tf. 

LIGHT HAULING - 

truck and driver for hire, 
dependable, extra help 
available, no j^b too small 
or large, 545-9^X1. tf 

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NO WAX VINYL 
FLOORING, 9 x 12' 
rooms, $96. Installed. 50 
samples to choose from. 
420-0652 anytime. tf 

nCURE C0P4SULTANT 

• Spas inconvient or too 
expensive? Call us for a 
free consulutlon to set up 
your personalized home 
exercise and, nutritional 
program. Guaranteed 
results. 421-3442. tf 

ROOFING, guttering, 
painting ft chimney water 
proofing. All work 
guaranteed. Call Melvin 
D. Dever Roofing Co., 
587-5003. tf 

SWIMMING POOL 

PLASTERII^G. large or 
small, old or, new, if it's a 
concrete P09I we can do. 
Phone William Grainger 
481-4111. Fl^ee estimates. 
After 5 pm. 9 

WEDDING PHOTO- 
GRAPHS-Our specialty. 
For complete creative 
wedding coverage call 
Leigh , Photographic 
Service. 482-1312. 

Samples proudly shown! tf 



HOME REPAIRS- 

Carpentry, paneling, 
dens, famMy rooms. Free 
estimates, ;$|7-2309. tf '\ 



BRENOA'S SEWING ft 
ALTERATIONS. Quality 
work at reasonable rates. 
Most orders ready next 
day! Call 487-9727. tf 

HOUSECLEANING-Ex 

perienced person desires 
day work. Have 
transportation.Reason 
able prices. Please call 
497-2516. 816 



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for You . . . In Hk 17th TV Seoaon . 



Marlin Perkins Dives Into Sharif-Filled Waters 



Moat of us Are contaot (0 
view man-Mtlng shaito INn 
the ocmfort and aeoirity of • 
movie theater, hut not Ifai^ 
F«rUna of liutattl of Onaltt^ 
WU Ktaigdom*'. 

la an tqioamlng epiaodt n- 
cently filmed for the mw 
197I/7S ttieviakn aeaeon. Uar- 
lin Feridns divee into ihaik 
infested waters of the South 
Pacific to get a olonr kiok at 
these ominous creatuiea. "Bov 
else can you learn about 
rtiarks but by belnff lAm 
thcgr arer- qu^M Dr. Partiiia. 

In "Shaik FuOt, of Aihra- 
tok". Marlin Perkins Jotni one 
of the world's aperU on shark 
behavim-. Dr. Donald NelsoD, 
to determine what causes 
sharks to attack. Using two 
one-man plastic submarines 
buUt to look like sharks, X». 
Perkins and Dr. Ndson invade 
a pack of SO sharks, deUber- 
ately provoking an attack. In 
perhaps the most qioetacular 
wildlife action ever c^tured 
on film, a shark goes after oiu 
of the submersiues and Utes 
off the metal propeller, totally 
disabling the nuumlne. 

Other Fntore ITnlseiln 
Another new 'lilutua] of 
Omaha's Wild Klngdam" pro- 
gram s^ieduled to abr on over 
320 televlsicKi stations coast- 
to-coast Is "Lemurs of Mada- 
gascar". Another flat— Mtilln 
Perkins and "Mutual of 
Omaha's Wild Kingdom" pho- 
tographers go to Madagasoar, 
the Island ooun^ off eastern 
Africa in the Indian Ocean. 
nwre they document Impor- 
tant studies under way on one 
of the most fascinating mem- 
bers of the primate funlly — 
the lemur. 

"Mutual of Omaha's Wild 
Ktngdnn's" new episode en- 
titled "Women in the mid 
Klngdam" Is a qiecial rqxvt 
focusing on outstanding con- 
servation research being done 
by three women, llieir projects 
include studies on mountain 
lions of BritUii OolumUs In 
South America, crocodiles of 
Oeorgia's Okefenoke swamp, 
and prairie dogs of Oolotado. 

The Serengeti plains of lut 
Africa is the signt of anotbir 
new "Mutual of Omaha's 
WiU Kingdom" program. Mar- 




lin Psridas Journeys to Tto- 
ianla duttag U» Mght of the 
wlUMMiBt mlgraUoa to Aom 
you tlM huou« of not vah 
the king of the amuid, ttw 
Uaa, but aUo tlie M«»ard, 
ebsetab. hyana and wSd aog. 
u. a. iUso is«i»si 
Among the ' yitm ai fti g new 
"Mutual of Onwha's WUd 
KtngdoBt" pragraaai fllmid In 
the TAdtad 8tat« la -DItanna 
of BOriooa". It shows you the 
pliabt at BoriMo nanl), a 
weosarful Canada Qoaes raf- 
uga In Wlaeoosln irtileli haa 



laanb team (0 niatndiios tbs^ 
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takas you along aa mooaa am 
aimftad {ran mah to tba 
dsMdata "«^mtilna of Colo- 
rado. In another eplaoda fltaaad 
at various looatlana ttaraegb- 
out the U. 8., "Mutual of 
Onahal Wild Klngdon" doe- 
tha woik Igr a (•- 



Othtf i i« T «Ml tt this 
«m take you bWt In Ow Ca*: 
nadian itocktai to follow the: 
aoUvttlas of a young beboat 
teing lU fliat vintar, to the 
Antle Olrde to track polar 
bsan bv aatHUta. to Oia far- 
allon Xdaada of ths PBolflo to 
vlaw the draaMtie tnrttorial 
flghia of the MaOar saa Uoq: 
bulls, to iHt AfMaa to see one 
SMBl draam to rsntaoa cattle 
ranching «Mi vUAuis nnoh- 
ing ud to tha tea of Oortp 
to the canttaan to taks part 
to the voik being dons te: 
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Ricycling activities 
S(piieduied for Aug. 

F4tawing are the dates and Virgiiua Beach Ioc^cmm of all 
ECOSncycliiig activities during AupiA. 

Ai^ 20 - ECOS truck at Princess Anne Pka aio|>piof 
CeiMar, 1 to 4 p.m. 

Ai^l^ 14 and 28 * CurMde tkk-up» in (Hd Jkmtdxm 
Estates, Pembroke Meadovn, Thoroughtood. Humutfiiood 
EstaMs, Witch Duck Pt., and Witch Duck Shores ndghbor- 



BOOS operates stationary sites at TU^s Unlimited, !7th 
St. MA Baltic Ave., and Zayre's parUng lot, WSHu^ Plaza 
Sbc^llBg Center, LasUn Road. 

CMtide pick-iq» accept bundled aew^tpen and mags* 
ziMiQgily, which should be [riaced on the cuitidde by 8 a.m. 
tlM morning of cdkction. 

Trudc stops ud stttlonary sites accept the fdkming 
mMcrials unless otherwise noted: das, green, and hnmn 
^aas (sqtarated by odor, all nMtal rem^eiO; ited ('tinO, 
bi-Bi^ ('pop-top*), ud aluminum cans and scrap (separated 
by 1^, paper tobcis removecO; newspapors, 
bo<riE^ etc. (sqMuirted by type, baaed, b(»ed, or tie^. 

Foi ftirtho- inform^itt, call 397-3000. 



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EUzab^h Christine 
Broughton, daughter of 
Hn. Sara Irene 
BKNi^ton, 41(% Hu^ 
Drtve, Vir^nia Be«A, has 
•cdiieved tlw dean's Ust 
with hi^ h(Mimti for the 
^ring semetter at 
Stephens C(rflege in 
CdumWa, Mo. 

Students who attain 
hj^ honors finish at least 
the equivaloit of four fuU 
cmirses uid achieve a 
gnde point average of 3.8 
u> 4.0,. the highest posdble 
pade. 



Dean's list 
announced 



Debbie L. Barrigar, 
dauglttK of Mr. and Mrs. 
Donald Barrigar of S266 , 
Jacob Onut, ^uiii^ Beach, 
has been named <» tiie dam's 
honor r^ of BethaiQf Nazar- 
c« Q^ege in Bedumy, Ok- 
lidmna. fw woric coD^eted 
duihig the qxria^ taamex. 

M». BtJtitiB win be a 
senior tids faU at lff4C BU^ 
ing in home ectmomlGS. 

To qualify for the dcu's 
Ite, the coed c ronp htc d at 
toast 12 semetter hours of 
rtudy with a 3.4 minimum 
grade-point average. 



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You^ie am to get a Me if you 
drop a Une in tl|e ' dasrified 
of your qoounuaity 
■swip a p e i . Your cbmified ad is 
part of ^ iKNiKtowii newt that 
e o wyboily wanu to read as well 
as dw news of tlw community. 



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Virginia Beach high school students named 1978 
Outstanding Leadership Award winners pose during a 
visit to Washington, D.C. 

Outstanding Lcadoshlp Awards arc sponsored by the 
Vlr^nla BcMh Republican Women's Club. Students arc 
sdccted by ihdr governmnit teachers, based nn 
gulddines provided by the club. 

The students receive a U.S. Savings Bond and one day 
In Washington as guests of Congressman WhMchnrst, 



and attend a special luncheon In thdr honor. 

Pictured left to right are Stephen B. Wicker, 
KempsvlUc High School; Janet ktalHsoa, First Culenfad; 
EDcan^ MoD, BaysMc; Rohart E. Stanley, Kftpn} 
Congressman Whilehunt, Maiy*^. Barraco, diataun 
and founder of the Outstandi^ Leaderahip Award;, 
Karen Stewart. Princess Anne; CAariotte Purkey, Cox; 
and ?J: Terveer, gnitte. 



Inf ormatlon session set on clean commi^Ky system 



On niursday, August 10, tiom 8-10 p.m. the Virginia 
Beach dean commui^ coordinatt^ wiQ conduct an 
faiformational training sessitm on Vl^inia Beadi's Clean 
Community Syston Program. 

The Mssion will be hdd in the city council chunbers. 
Princess Anne Municipal Centor. 

If you wish to receive additional informaticm r^arding this 



program or feel you might like to v(4unteer your time to 
partk^NUe, {dan on attending tiiis meeting w contact 
Beniamfai C. Moore, dean oonaqunity axwdfantor, at 
427-4461. 





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ikapo oroMnd o opoiMnfl door toko to VIrginto Boock. 



HftoMMlto booltot. ftaMng, owtaimN^, dr JuM tounging on 
your OM boodHHfcofo to Mllitog eomporoMo to tho oroo. 

• eooMMMlHr tocfltod, |uM Romi of eio Qonoral HoopNol of 
VliglNto iMcli on IMN Oom Hood. 

• Two yoor pion of dovtiopmont for quoMy control. Only 19 
toto o woH a Mo y our diotoo. 

Qoorlw to «»oo qoortort of on aero. 

• mm ohowtof <My M.-M A.M. Io 5:M l».il. 

• Br^wo »t flvotoMio. 

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■Msat 5 p.m., save ^.75 on tickets to The 

OfiS Countii^ H^b's a travel tip for our local 

fri^sds axKi neighbors in the 'mewater area. 

^ 'Now throuqh Ai;^rust 27th from 5 to 10 p jn. the 

airiscootei; me lines are shorbai; die crowds are 

r, the lights are brighter uod the savings are 

^ever so much better at The Old G)imtry. A family of 

%ur can save eleven ckdlars, if tl^y purchase tickets 

after 5 pjn. any day of the wedt. Come tbill to jll tl» 

^rkies, ^lowsana attractions— induding the LocbNes 

^ ^onsterl^'^ery Friday ntohtm 

August well be cqaen till mdrsK^t 

witii a special disco dance party. It's 

^ ^all a short night flight away At Ine 

OklCcmntry/BusdiG^t^is, 

' WilUamsbuig. Whoe tl^re's new 

HS.'Hiursdi^P^K^Iind^inkys NKMtAIIOiNN 
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52iid ynr. No. 32 
Virginia Betth,Vt. 



The Of flh^ial Paper 
Serving the world^s largest resort c|^y- 

Wedne^ay, August 16, 1978 



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SItaric flailing In Virginia BeadJ '^"^"'^••^ 




$210,000 from Beach 
could net federal grant 



Virginia Beacli city council next Monday will be aslced 
to appropriajte $210,000 for a brackish and fresh ground 
water testinj^ program expected to improve the city's 
)i^nces of sbcuring a federal grant for a two million- 
pllon-a-day desalinization exporiment. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury told council 
Monday at an informal session that he would make the 
appropriatioji recommendation whether or not a gram 
were involved because of the city's need for a water 
source. ^ 

He added that although desalting procedures have not 
been cost competitive in the past, new methods may 
diange that, 

MUi9u0i4%unkig procetftfrea hmv not 
k—n cost compothhm la tho pa§t, mw 
iii9ihod9 $my cfcama Hmt. 

Aubrey Watts, utiUtia director, recently visited 
plants in Flor|(ta that imxluce over three milUon gallons 
of waua* a d^r, Hanbury «dd, with costs ra^ng from 
85 cents to 51 )%nts a gallon. 

He (KimpiiiiBd thoe prices with the cost of Norfolk 
wato- which Is sold to the Beach for 48 cents 1«000 
gallons And then r«old to Virginia Beach users Im 90 

flfferit^ iwlftS^ to ^hifflilbliifl Hi ittjUi IIWU 
Norfolk. 

The testing a^ivities were ncmnniMided by the Arm 
of Wiley ft Wilson, Inc., employed by the dty dto study 
Beach water sourca. The activitiM ve expected to be 
completed between now and January 1994 to coincide 
with the announoemoit of grant recipients by tfa« Office 
of Water Research and Technology (QWRT) of the 
D^>utment of the Interior. 

The Beach's grant application will be on the basis of a 
two-million-g4l<Mi-a-day phuift. 

Hanbin7 said that It was '*al»oli^ly necessary that 
we proceed wkh monitoring weHs with ^tp brackifh 
water in sufTidoit quantity for a two-milUon-^on-a- 
day grant." 

He said that he ht^wd that way expenditure made by 



the city now would be applied toward the city's 10 per 
cent match. He said that chances for receiving the grant 
have been improved by the emphasis of the 
Environmental Protection Authority on the eliml^tion 
of chlorinated hydrocarbons and that there have beni 
no field tests on what would be a safe yield for ground 
water use. 

The $210,000 would be used to develop specifications 
for brackish and fresh wells and advertise bids, QWRT 
grant activities with schematic desalting facility layout, 
constructing brackish ground water monitoring wells 
with sampling and limited pumping tests, conducting 
testing of one existing fresh ground water well field. 

Hanbury said that fresh water wells are available at 
Stumpy Lake and Pembroke and that brackish and 
fresh water would be combined to reduce the amount of 
desalinization necessary. 

The city manager said that he didn't want a repeat of 
last summer when the city was assured of only 45-SO day 
supply of water. 

Maaftifry nU ha dMa't ivaiif a rafiaat of 
faat ainnmar whM tif cMy waa B99un4 
of oaf y 48-fO Aiy aupfily of watw, 

Warren F. Clhie, of the Virginia Beach office of 

,«iM^ft wii|0Mai4.thitihs vm&0^ viso^mM^ 

better the dty't clMges of oUpWof the desalting 
^tleiiOlutiaU wt grant fran OWRT by making a positive 
impi^on on the OWRT evaluation team scheduled to 
visit til city in October. 

G^a^ty 8l Miller, Inc. constthing firm in 
groundewater geology and hydrcHogy, made a 
prdiminary study of the potential for developing 
additional supplies of fresh groundwater, the feasibility 
of develo|Hng brackish ground water suitaUe for the 
descdting the the places where such developments would 
be feasible. The report is part of the Water Rnources 
Study. 

Cline said that the combinnl wato- demaiui of 
Norfolk and Virginia Beach will exceed the safe yield o{ 
the present system by 1986 and by 1990 an additions 
intter supply of five milUon gallons per day will be 
required. 



dSM^ng a dnrk can be rUiy budniss. Yoa'vc got to invc pldity of sUH aoid paticace - not to omitton parage. Bat 
Ai y^a siNceed, the prin tai a qMCtMiAu- right, as evitokecd by tM| ^^ rtwlt nptarcd by VirgiiM Beach flsbemuM 
IGmtjf Seay daring the 3rd Anwri Shark ToomaiMat heM ia Vtri^ Beaeh hat wcckcad. BUI Walker, left, kdped 
aaioad the SIS 3/4 lb. moartcr while Sciq', riglH, aieppcd back to lake a look M his catch. Seay set a acw state record 
with a later oitch of tmtlSWi lb. i^ iharit. aad caded ap wlaidi^ Im^ ^nA and second ptace ia the traraaawat. 
More pictares aad storiei oB how it's doac oa iMfe 4. Photo ^ nun Vudcveer. 



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Excesshfe utHNy 



beach briefs 




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block growth 



Virginia Beach rnort area businessnwn claim 
exces»ve sewer and water line fees are blocking powth. 
An attorney for the Innkeepers Association told dty 
couheU Monday aftnnoon that the f^ sh(Miki be 
reduMd by 50 perant. 

City manager 6eor^ L. Hanbny a#fwd that fe« for 
motels, hotels and commercial ^taMishmmts were 
higher than comparable fee for pnvtXt homes, but thtt 

i^^re he could ref^munoid any reductton he woukl 
ha^ to have a study. He said that a ^udy h being mftde 
by Buck Siefert & Yost in conjunction witft a study of 
rata for tte upcoming double-lwrrel b<^ Imm. 

Attorney Oro^ Wjr^, i^x^is^Bg the 
Innk^)ers, aid thiU imketpat are not gmng to start 

jKldtions, wanted in tl» fall, beoawe waMr nd weim 
line f^ are too hl|^. He nid tl»t ttw fos are %\Wi a 

zfoom while $5 is clw^ for «Kdi r«mi *#(* 

|numtenai^ - $2 wlmi the ro<mi bum^. 

i (fc said that while a motel unit puts a g^tf ImmI m 
the ^tOD, it tt m^ for a pwtioBpf the yw*. ^e^bsl 
ttat ooundl ^ms^n' i^dudiv tlw ^ure b*/ mc^ thui 



SO percent, Mlding>that the fee is four times what it 
stouldbe. 

He asked that the motel owners who want to start 
aki^ru^icui be charged ^ per»nt of the c(Ht at 
{»ewnt. The dty permits an omws to pay 25 p»(%nt 
dom and the balam^ in thi^ paymems ov«- three years 
at ^$ pa^seai int«^^. 

Wri^t »iggested the owners be allowed to pay 25 
pet&saSi Of M peitoit of the fn mw with t)» remaining 
part of the 50 percent paid over three years. If the f^ 
de^M m 13^ the dty is high« than the M po^^nt, 
^^hf^t «dd, axMiMinoits (x>uld be ^ide later. 

"flbrimry said that he wouM rather ha^ the ownars 
IM9 all of tlw fee md dMi ha^ the dty make the ref umi 



l^^nrfriiy, manage' of Bay Cove Restaurant, said 
tNtt the restauraht has b^i trying to expand stmx last 
S^M»nbtf to provide sotting for 60 more p«>ple. ^e 
nMtt wwM ^w tlM; t^tnu^ $38 in sph& Ux% Md 
$» te m^ tes (^ ^A adAtoM i^. Me mi the 
f^^irant hMi alr^uly |»mI tm Ite lines mm awl Mill 
^OM^ m a A^eMi.tee. 
(<^Bttowd on ^«e 3) 



Zonhi^ permlls eNfeee 



Office \iku be pomitted in a H-1 Hotel Dkftric^ 
undCT provisions of ut ordinance appro^ Monday 
aftonoon by Virginia BMch dty council. 

0(^ui frpnt hotels (H-2 Distrid) are already 
permitted tahaw offices. 

Council ako an»roved the application of the Beach 
Northampu^ Vacation, bK., for a coiuliticmal use 
permit for r^ e^ate tsA insurant offices on a 4.339 
acre jMucd ) on the smith ade of N(»thampton 
Boulevard, fut of Bak^ Road (HoUday Un Bridge 
Tunnel) whi^ is hian H-I zone. 



Retire^neiit umeceuMy 

Vii^inia Be«;h dty coundl vpipckntem wUl be 
euAided frofi the nundatitfy miranoBt prt^Wcm in 
tfwatyCodf. 

Ccwndlmap Oai^i^ A. KgUIM M<»day 
aftenioon ^ropmed an (^Mnoe anuaidmtet 
oidiMli^ t^uiM^il api^^tat p et * ftdk nundatory 
tetlmi^t af age 70 bsaute* 1w stfif. it urn an 
iulvahtai^ to retain peo^. 

At tlte sMie oMBetiiii couiM:tt ^^voved the 
app<nntment of two coimdl mg i rt t m to ffv^ tlw 
duUe of dty^ cta'k, a ooiodl ^voJotoiatt* Md to 
dAMer m^lcatkHtt ^ the pdddmi aAMi Is now 
hdd Iv iUdi4rdi. Webbm. W^^dn wB reaiA the 
maiwlat&iy r^irem^ age. 

Sovtag cn^the @wimittee w^ Mi J. Curtu Payne, 
chaiitnan, u^ Reid Ervin. 

M^v Mrick L. SiwM^, who amle the 
^^teMnts 1^ Muned ^e htaym J. Mwy 
ykCe^ Jr.. Jchami^ mi Coo^ta^ J^mM 
M»Tkd[ cm k omMahiw to sl^ boatte and 



comhUttees and bMCT wa^ to co^dinate them to 
nuintdn a litt of |»9q)e^ve monbm. 

BibysttUiig pemittlacl 

A Fox Run couple has been givoi po'mission to 
babysit for m many as nine chlklren in their home. 

In iq^^ving a conditional use pomit for the 
cou|^ Lw and Montrose Wood, for a hcmw 
occupation on a 10,250 square foot iMtroel on Edwhi 
Mve, in Kani^ville BorcHigh, Vi^hda Beach dty 
coui^ overrode the recomnmidiUion of the 
Phuuung Commission for (tenial. 

The city administration r«»mmeiKled an)roval, 
hoiraver, and the anriiation was api»-oved by a v<^ 
of 10-1 with DmiKifanan George R. Ferrell votii« 
againtt tlte motion. 

Oi^iodtion, whkh had appeved at the Plai^ng 
Comm^on hearing, was absent at the coundl 
meeting. 

The permit will be good fw a 3war. 

Mrs. Wood, who Mid thM die had beei 
bat^^ttat iot nhie yean and has a iiateJtt0^ae» siwi 
that jlte^!^med to phase out the tenrfce in two y^. 



Eenhig duNige wprovMl 

Virpnia Bnch dty coundl aii^oved tte 
ai^lkation of Dnn S. Potter, Qm^mM. PMto- 1^ 
i(Am Ray Potter for a change of aonmc from R-4 
Roitoitial District to O-l Offke IMtrict m a 5.335 
aae parosl looited west of Fust Cotonial %mA u^ 
fCMith of Old DoMtiM Parkmy, L^i^^^ 
Boiovih. Tte aiding «Nuiv alhnm 97 d^tahte^^ 
hoMs. white the iN^oposed ^i^ lAMn 
i^M^M uniti as «^ as office u^ 



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^2 VIRGJNU BEACH SUN □ WEDNESDAY, AUqilST U, IfTt 



The kkb are ready M,«iniaBeadi^toi 



I know a little girl who, two months ago, never 
wanted to have to go to school again. Just the other day, 
she told me she couldn't wait for school to start. 

When kids start making statements like that, you 
know summer is drawing near its end. 

You'd better hurry if you want to ^ueeze in that last 
minute tan. The stores have replaced all their bathing 
suits with sweaters and coats. 

Back-to-school sales are beginning to pop up all over 

town. 
All the rain, rain, rain is bringing just a taste of the 
-cooler days to come. 

i Husbands, brothers and boyfriends are settling back 
sin their favorite chairs to watch the first of the pre- 
i season football games on TV. And the athletes 
• themselves are trying to prove their worth at football 
; practice. 



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Pom Yofideve^f 

SUN N«ws Editor- 



Thoughts are turning inaoors, looking ahead to times 

; when it won't be too hot to cook, or you'll have a 

chance to sit home and watch a movie on television 

some night. f 

Whether or not you're ready for a change, the faa 
remains. Summer is almost over. 



iSocBRecurlir 
I Administration 

hftNi 
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ly Harvey J. Ridinf^er 
Field Representative 



Employers liable 
for tax on tips 

A few weeks ago we discuned how cash tips arc 
covered by social secuKty aad how they belp 
increase fatare benefits for the empioyec and bis 
or her family. 

A recent change in the social security law that 
may have escaped the attention of some pco|^ 
provides additional sodal security tax liability for 
employers whose emfrioyMS receive part of their 
earnings in tlM form of cash tips. 

Under the old law employers ^4 not lmva.lfi. 
pay social security taxes on tips, only on the actnd 
wages paid 11^ fnviloyec. Ti|M are considemi 
something "extra", earned ontslde of tiM 
agreement between the employer and the 
employee. Since 1966 the em|rfoyee has been 
required to pay sodal security tax on cash tips 
amounting to $20 or more in a month from one 
employer. 

The new law provito that an employer murt 
pay sodai security tax on amounts that arc 
teemed to be earnings for purposes of meetly the 
requirements of the minimum wage law. In many 
Jobs where tow wages are paid in expectation of 
nbstantfad ti|M, the Internal Revenue Code aUows 
such ti|M to be conridered eaminfci for up to SO 
percent of the miabnum wi^. Now these deemed 
amounto wUI afaw be considered eamlags for social 
security purpowi. 

The r^ofHug of tips differs in some respects 
from the icprntiiq of other wages and people who 
work as waitresses, bartenders, nbdriven, and 
other servtee occupations, full time or part tfaoc, 
shouM be aware of the dlff crams. 

Cuh tips that total $20 or mo^c In a nonth 
from one raipk^er should be reported. The t^ 
arc reported to tlM emirioycr in writing by the 10th 
of the month for the previous month. Employers 
may require reports more often. 

It b imiMNTttnt ttait the reports be made on time. 
If for any mson yon fall to report your tips on 
tfmc, you may report them on your Fcdwnl 
income tex return. A qicdal form Is avaltoUe 
fromlRS. 

A penalty nmy be imposed for nonrqKM^g of 
tip*, u it to f or ttc nourqiorti^ et othar aurringi. 

Tbe greirt«r pemdty f mr f dhuc to r^ort dps 
may come taler, bmrever, when a person b^M to 
rc^ve so^d security bcMfiUi. ^mc the aaMMUt 
of the check to based on annud tmnla^ over 
om's w«ffcli« career, a pciiOH m^r taofOHC Ms w 
ho- hoMfitt siyrifkandy by rcp<wtfi« tfps m 
caminp fmr socM security purpMcs. For dMMc 
who faN to R^rt, the gap bctwcm tteto wmM 
wteuttf ho^ts aad their ^fwUmmmt taeoaM 
to offiM much greater than it dimrid be dM» tiM 
hen^to do not reflect all of thdr iwrc- ictircniea t 



It aurim SMMC to r^mrt tips. The aiM^ mm 
wuk* a tfff«cace at a time whea you Mcd it. 
l^tfr^mit, dInMty, or pranatore dcatt lcavfaq( 
a yow^ Ih% any bwm ttat sodal scow^ to 
the «ri^ BMW of m^^mL TN maOTat rf ttcac 
bcMftto «« N taKd Ml te carahip yM r^ort. 

For amt WonaadM M^ ^ by the offla 
for a kaflrt M "Sodal Secar^ aad Cash Tips." 



oirfnion 



Beach 




lation grows Mg, bigger 



In 1900 Prince Anne County was home to 11,192 
pec^le in an area which was actually larger than the 
present city of Virginia Beach. 

Parts of the county were later annexed by Norfolk, 
but in 1990, the Virginia Beach real estate research team 
estinuttes the population of the city of Virginia Reach 
will reach a high of 464,443, a medium of 38* u 

low of 316,293. 

The Southeastern Virginia •■ g District 

Commission forefast comes closest to the low 314,450. 

But whntevCT statistics you're looking at Virginia 
Beach, the successor of Old Princess Anne County, wUI 
bebig-biggers. 

From April, 1970 (using U.S. Census figures) to July 
1978 (using PUmning Department Estimates), the city's 
popufaition has increased 51 percent, from 172,106 to 
259,806. The greatest percenuge increase has been in 
Kempsville which grew 111 percent from 34,665 to 



73,155, but Lynnhaven ronains the most popidated 
borough with 84,910 people compared to 57,$ll for a 
46.8 percent increase. 

In the eight years, Prindess Anne Borough ihcreased 
74.2 percent from 16.211 to 28.28,234; Baj^de 13.8 
percent from 50,607 to 57,574; Blackwato', 6,2 percent 
from 801 to 851; Pungo 14.7 percent from 1,710 to 
3,109 and Virginia Beach 29.1 percent from 9,271 to 
11.973. 

In the one year from July 1977 to July 1978 the dty 
grew 3.5 percent from 251,063 to 259,«)5. 

Population estimates of the Tayloe Murphy Institute 
of the University of Virginia have traditionally beoi 
lower than city estimates. For exampale the Tayloe 
Murphy estimate for 1977 was 238,447. 

Tayloe Murphy estimates for the median in«)nM of ,a 
Virginia Beach family in 1980 is $19,762 compared to 
the$17,725 for 1977. 

Taxable sales in Virginia Beach are keeping pace with 
the population with Tayloe Murphy retorting 
637,136.999 in 1977 compared to 136.172,000 in 1973. 



Appointments selected by 




The straw vote was out, three persons were appointed 
to a commission and an authority after some discussion- 
all in public and with no apparent reprecussions. 

"I was tickled to death that we a>uld nominate these 
pe(H)te and discuss them in public," said Virginia Beach 
Counclhnan Rdd &vin. 

^Coundl, by consensus^ decided: lUanji^ecutivci 
session Monday afternoon 4o have an <q)en vote on th<^' 
^pt^tmAt^lB the past, aominations and discussions 
took place during an executive session with the voting, 
in open Mssion, always unanimous, a mere formality. 

Coundlwoman Meyera Obemdorf bucked against the 
straw (imoflRdal) vote a couple of months ago when she 
nominated to the board someone in opposition to the 
council's choice. Her vote was the only one cast for her 
can^ctote. 

That was before the new coundl took offi^ on July 
1. 

Monday her nominee for membership to the Virginia 
Beach Industrial Devdopment Authority won by a vote 
of 8-3. He to Robert W. Berry Jr. 

Voting for Berry were Coundhnen Rdd Ervin, 
Donald Merrick, J. Curtis Payne and R. L. Riggs, 
Coundlwomoi Meyera Obomdorf and Barbara Henley, 



and Mayor Patrick L. Standing and Vice Mayor J. 
Henry McCoy. 

Voting for Andrew W. Doney were Coundhnen 
Clarence A. Holland, who made the nomination, John 
A. Baum and George R. Ferrell. 

City manager George L. Hanbury was redected to the 
Southeastern Virginia Planning Distrid Commission 
over former Coundlman John R. Griffin for the 
dtizen's position. Griffin served on the commission as 
t^e cou^ci^s rmrtscnpive. ^^^^. ^^^^ ^ '^,,, 

Voting for Hanbury were Coimdhnen i^^|ll^J9t- 
Donald Merrick, J. Curtis Payne and R.L^lP(ij|8;' 
Coundlwomen Meyera Obemdorf and Barbara Henley 
and vice Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. 
Voting for Griffin were Mayor Patridc L. Standii^ and 
Councihnen John A. Baum, George R. FerreU and 
Clarence A. Holland. 

Baum was elected over Donald Merrick, to fiU the 
unexpir^ term of Griffin which expires on June 30, 
1979. Voting for Merrick were Coundlm«i Ervin, 
Merrick and Riggs, and Coundlwomm Meyera 
Obemdorf and Barbara Henley. VoUhg for Baum were 
Coundlmen Baum, Ferrell, HoUand, Pa^ie, Mayor 
Standing and Vice Mayor McCoy. 

After the elections, Payne remarked it "looks like the 
(new) couiidi will work together as goodor betto- than" 
he had oipeded. 



Seirior citizens reqiiesftraffic llg^ 




Cassandra Barnes doesn't always need an invitation 
to beoHne apartldimnt as wdl as a reporter at Virginia 
Beach dty coundl medinip. She's always aready, 
wdcome or not, to share her information on the 
Virginia Beach scene. 

So Monday i^tomoon, it was a sur- is>; when ^he 
became speedtkss, almost, when Councilman Clarence 
A. HoUand invited her to discuss the pedestrian 
predicament in the vidnity of the Mayflower Hotel at 
tt»be«di. 

Hcrftand mHed that the stoplight had been ranov«l at 
3^ &niet and Atkmtic Avenue and that pedestrians, 
es|wdafly tbe oMo peoi^ at the Mayflower, needed a 
#iy tOfd to the ocean ttoat safdy. Mrs. Bames lives at 
^hUtftkmtr. She is ako a soilm' dtinn who works 
daily as arqKsrtor for a local radio station. 

After the initial shodc tt bdi^ in^ted to speak ~ for 
a cha^e - wore off Mn. Bames remarked, "Drivers 



don't Hke older peoplc.We'd love a Ught." ,Mrs. 
Bames said that of the 350 or so occupanto ct the 
Mayflow^, over 200 probably are senior dttasens. 

City manlier George L. Hanbury sakl that while 
^dies show that a light was not justi^d afM»' oneway 
streets were institut«l for streets runnfaig e^st ami west, 
the dty was aware of the problem of the Mayflowo- and 
its senior citizens and is installing a pedestrian light with 
a push button and a walkway. 

The light will be on Padfic Avoiue, right in front of 
the Mayflower door bdwera 34th ami 35th Stttti. Hie 
dty had to gd permi^ion from the state to make the 
installation, he said. Hanbury said that the dty had also 
jod finislwd a pedestrian (TOttwalk (m Atlai^. 

Mrs. Barnes, who has lived at the Mayflower for ovo- 
20 years, said that most of the taunts do not own can 
mi many ait less able than she to gd taoaai <m the 
bittystreets. 



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SkutebMitl • 
bAiviit24 



^W^^ffldiftfff 



P6niril parted 



;;• Amoco M C^qpany was p«nt«i a CNM^tliMial 
^se penok MmA^y iJtaimn by Virginia Bo^ aty 
couodf fm a ^ ttw ^rvi« statton on a .475-aa'e 
farcr KMithattt inta^ctimi of Pmv^^se 

load nM L««l ^^^m»re Drive, ^^^vUte 



Ymmgiters bdnwoi tlw 
ttges of six uid 12 years of 
ipe a» mvittd to 
^Mtfcipi ^ ta skatdNMrd 
(pnpdUioa <m Ai^ust 24 
M thr ski^ioard bowl in 
Mt. Tn^hteweftrk. 

CoB^eMtm will b^n 
at 9 ajB. SkatdKMU-^ton 
will eo^de ui bowl mm 
awl Mmi runs. 

No fie ii required, 
hittMts «Ml knee p*^ «^ 



be fumish«}^ youngsters 
ne«j only tupply thdr 
skateN»rds. Pre- 

rq^dnition i^ecKsary an 
and Ota be (rtpined in the 
t^n lour9# of the 
V.B.R.C. 

i^ furtl^ information 
ccmtad the t^ lounge at 
the Vlri^ BMdi 
l^SMtion ; tentCT, MO 
Mcwnwth Lam tw »11 
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Talltaleswin 
leprechaun visit J 

Buy a buckd of bloodworms. 

Make up a r^l story. ? 

Hook 'em or fry 'em^it's time for fish stortes. 

Tall as a tale may be, make it taller. 

Send it to the 1978 Gladding TaU Tales Contest antf 
find yourself fishing on the west cwut of tl» land of ^ 
leprechauns. 

Virginia Brach fishermen have the chance to drop 
thdr hooks into the romantic waters of ^irrishoole 
System, the RivCT Moy, and the Newport River. 

Sure it's gmt to fish off the wooden pid, Inil 
imagine staying in a pirturesque stone country inn witfc 
fine Iridi cuisine. 

To top off the temptation, the tallest tale teller wins a 
boatload of outdoor fishing gear including p^^ Uki 
invftidble fly lines, fi*finders and a Bfe veslf. 

It's all for a good (»use, says the Glackfinl^ 
International Sport Fishing Museum in South Otsdkit 
New York. 



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ji^' _^ SUN Staff Writer 

The museumftnistees sponsor the conted bccaiisct 
they believe that the "tall tale" is an important part of 
fishing lore, to emphasize the role of this noble spmt ia 
our national culture, and to stress the need for increased 
sportfishing conservation efforts. 

Entries, withtiame. address, and telephone number, 
should be sent to: 

CUadding Fishing Tall Tales Contest 
P.O. Box 586, Back Bay Annex 
Boston. Mass 021 17 



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I wonder if they'd like the story about using the 
saltwater bait in fresh water, fresh water bait in salt 
wattf, and then finally gdting a lute on the peamil 
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Twaty-iix m^te and fo^r care worken ia Vi^ota BMdi 
have ooovtetcd ttdr tniidaf and aic ready to provide 
tenqwrary care for tbe BMatally retvded and tfw awdooaOy 
or jdiyricany haatfc^qied. The stodentt received their 
ndewater ConiBWi^ CoUete oertificirtei tai reoeot oirenKMi- 
iea at the Cunp INadteteo Ceatw. 

The tf^ainf prafraiii was a project of tfw ^Hniida Beach 
Mental Health/M»yd Retvdttion ComnmidQr Services 
Board uiMler a Conqvdiearive &iqdoyi!«it aad Traiiiiiit Act 
(CETA) grant. 

The Vta^nia Beadi can^ws of Tidewater Community 
CoUeie ^ro^ded imtnutors. dassro«»n space and office qiaoe 
for the program under a nmtra^ agreement with the d^ of 
Virginia Beach. 

Students received IS wedn of training, induing 10 weelu 
of dawoom study in dealing with the dte^ed and five week! 
of practice cnqiloyoient eiqierienoe with agencies whi^ serve 
the mmtalfy retarded and the emotionally or i^ysically 



B%ach poller department 
mnouncBB promotfons 

The f^iwhig proDMXkHM ia the Vir^nte Beach PoUce 
Depirtmait have occimd dtffing recent monUu: 
Captiu J.J. WatCTfMd Jr. to major; 
Se^ieant W.H. Barnes to lieutenant; 
Sogeant F.R. Scarborough to lieutenant; 
Servant S.B. Sdortine to Ueutnumt (deceased 7-14-78); 
AeMctive W.R. Uevins to i«geant; 
Detective F.H. Drew to loveant; 
Detective D.H. Kanms to sergeut; 
Detecdve E.E. Marrow to sCTgeant; 
Detective O.M. VanAuken to so-geant. 
Sergeant H.J. Coffldd Jr. to lieutenant; 
O^ser O.T. White to sngeant. 



Tniaiag project coordiimtmr, Nancy Shade, says fraduates 
of the i^ogram have a number of employment tqidcHis 
avaihd>le to than. 

Thkty families have requested respite care for hudic^iped 
family meadxn, and a ntmibn of puWc and private agencies 
have podtkms a^dbbte for those trained to care for the 
disabled. 

In addition. tiM respite and fo^er care come has ii^i>ired 
several paduates to continue their education In prognuns 
designed to save the disabled. 



Diaac Pauy icccivaB IMtiralir CmnraiHy Coite|c 
certffkate anrlihii coaiMioa of the CETA Tralnlni 
Wwgtwm lor ffoiicff rad Rcqrfle Care Worken with the 
Handiaipped. Dr. E.T. B«AaMW ID, Dean of Student 
Servkps at the TCC VlrglHla Beach campus, 
coagratiiatM her as Dr. Jay iaiicr of the Vi^nla 
Beach Mental Health/Mental Retardation Board 
prcaents a lettw of recommendation. Photo by Larry 
Bicvlni. 



Businessmen complain off fees 



(ConiinUjKl from page I .) 

Charl^ Burlage, owner of the Holiday Inn at 25th 
iStreet aifi Atlantic Avenue, said that his 103-room hotel 
would gena^te $133,000 in revenue dthis year. "When 
foa stow'tdown the hotel industry you cut off the flow of 
qlipqey*" 1)e said. He added that the city could probably 
^"-ni^ 3,000 ^ve hotel rooms. 
'%': Amie idso believes thitt the city should have 
sonieDfie in Washington at aHi times to try to get Fcm 
l^ft^' which ^'ought to be for the people frar all time," 
iltt vjiinfl re paijd! 

^^te^Sn^WW^^pt br'Biiftrwories to 
HlMfpwwMahadugdiebeaahu';^ ' * ?«^«i tvi^i;*' «.'ri Hf>i 
Tom Lyons of the Holiday Inn onf 39di Street; sAId 
that sates taxes, real estate taxes, personal property 
taxes and licoise fees account (or $172,323 in revenues 
to the.c^y, equivalent to tax revenues of 1300 new 
homes^ ^ % 



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Councihnan Reid Ervin agreed that the fees were 
excessive, but that the Beach Borough otittties system 
was not adequate and fees were needed to rq)Iace it. In 
reference to Wright's request that the innkeepers pay 30 
percent of the fees. Ervin asked, "What about the 
people who pay?" 

Hanbury said that he didn't think the report was 
going to recommend a 30 percent reduction and that the 
system needed upgrading even with no exfMndon. 

Coillnailman W. L. Ri|gs. who hiul invited the 
innkeepers to addren council, sud, "If we're not 
wilUng to hend some now, the hotd, motd and 

W^d that the Arts ancl Conference Cent« will 
require enou^ nxHus for 10,000 peopte. "We have 
enottght for 7,000 to 8,000." 

Wrii^t noted that the Arts and Conference Center" is 
{H-ediotted on an increase of 3,000 rooms." 



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Marlene J. Hager of 
Virginia Beach as the new, 
executive director of the 
duster serving the 
monben of the 
Portsmouth and Suffolk 
Education Associations. 

Hager received her 
doctorate from the 
College of William and 
Mary and her Masters of 
Arts and Bachelor of 
Science degrees from 
Wayne State University in 
Detroit, Michigan. 

Hager has lived in 
Virginia Beach for the last 
ten years. She is the wife 
of David R. Hager, dean 
of graduate school at Old 
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Batths tharits proves thrilliitg challenge for B^ch flshermen 



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Shark fishing. It's • chlDpiii that calls for skiU, 
stamina and daring. 

Those traitt w«re #«ii3flA:i« fiiH mauure when 28 
fishing boats left tlHl'}^i|w|ii|» Dry Storage Marina 
last Saturday moaiit$fA ktfi^^ catch the biggest 
shark of aU in Vjig|iig liiBl|*ii |rd Annual Shark 
Tournament. 

The results did ini|ti|ltH<ltW||rT shark of aU - an 
Km lb. tiger shi^^ipf^ h)r Virfinia Beach 
fisherman Gary S^|||A4i|K|tat« record for the 
largest fish caught, ..iy-'v^, ;■;;>. . | ■ 

But Seay couldi'^littll Cpf Jlfl Ant Pi«ce. He also 
won the second plM»|»iat W • If I 3/4 lb. tiger 
shark. . •■a^v. 

Third place winm^ iiyiii two 0Kf tournament was 
Ted Sergeant, who hmjiA JVMW a 197 lb. sand tiger 
shark. Sergeant ilio<iiBi^|yoot&gr ibarks during the 
competition. ran^taLl|Q0.197 lbs. 

J. W. HuffilMi. mimim «f the tournament 
committee, outlinnd umi 4|ljbf fiO«Klure and things 
to expect when tiffcttng|<^»JWring. 

"The boats haii^ Q|||^||pMi0Httlti«am, the Eastern 
Shore, or may not MiAlpilltf hty." he nOd. "The 
first thing you dO il ClNI|g.«lwp slick to attraa the 
sharks." 

The chum slick max}»tm^$M ^ ^^ '^ '^^ *^ 
manhaden or bluifiih' **V^ |pt lort of ladle it over." 
he explained. "The |Imi||* imeri pick up the blood 
and oil from the fii|iintf.JMyiSlFt heading your way. 

"Once you've pa (Kayliy^iipi slick you definitely 
don't want to to vk^bss^V* 

When the shaifc(fi|^vi||.9f food they go into a 
feeding frenzy, UffV0A$il^9^' "Vuy'U try to 
eat anything - evtoi jl)|iy||||Uf 

Using fish Wi:t.x1f^^%9IL;^SIII^ for bait, the 
fisherman then lattjiig^^ jf^ the chum line. 

"You leave ^o«r nii|Mtj^|Mr/* said Huffman. 
"When a shark hit| yqg(lwb^ Jw i^c* it in his teeth 
and may run off 3g^tQ|ft|mp||. 

"When he stopi, hi ||||tl» fciU. That's when you 
fight him and try m« h^ll^^Nlt." 

"Sometimes the ihar|.|p^|iii^ \msk to the boat as 
fast as he left. He 9Mj|pi psi Jitto ^. I've had people 
get knocked ^nro^iiNlPthoat because tlto shark hit it 
sohard." 

Huffmui then vum^,9f hU^o shvks - they could 
actually jump insid»f|>|,>sirt^;"tf one jumps in. he will 
tear up the boitf ini|p>|| liflj^ig iiirt d^nnng his tail 
around." .'■■[. 

Once you haw msfS^^xvi ibark. you tie it by lu tail 
to the boat and drag h b^M?iWdi< 

"It takes a kWi ^m ^^ ibvk to die," said 
Huffman. "Yov istfy^ffi am its mouth even after 
you've §oi Urn UKtH^m Osm • >l>ark is dead its 
musdes owld still ai A i fsii of ^Msm and tiM 
numth OHild sn^ sod Jiyka yoiur ann right of f. 

"I've fished tU (Wfr ti^ world." Huffman 
cos^ided. "Starts ^|||ri|^> dgngerous, but it's the 

milykindlcareabpq^^ :- 

Winning fUienmNi |f^ igid he has been shark 
filling for dM«t ttvM a^laliatf yctfs. 

On Saturday ha iM ppbqcr Ml Walker went out in 
the "L«ly Dawn** tgpvd ^ |amm Sbon. 

Once his SIS 3/4 b. shark was hooked. It took ahnost 
anhoifftoinlnghffta. 

Ooii« mit ag^ on SfBdi^f, he returned wiUi an even 
Hgfff prize - an 151 H A> tiger diark and a mw state 
recwd. 

Sa^ and SaidBt wiM raoeive tri^diics and cash 
priaes as wtonen <^ At tfwmnnwBt. 

lYofdiies wa« doi^^ by Wi^ne MeChuky (^ die 
IXy Sk(»age Marin, Ikm 9l|c^ Bilfy Dunn of ^Khor 
Inn Marina, seo«Kl pbie^ and Cecil Hanrison of 
HJ^Hlns Realty, third ptaM. 





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right are BUI Walker, Wayne Sawyer, 
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Toamameat winner Gary Seay poses wUb Mi aicond 
phwc winning shark while holding bis shark tooth 
studded rod and reel. 



Photos by Pam Vandovoor 




Manning the "Lady Dawn,** shark nshcrmen Gary 
Seay and WH WiAer rctnm to the Lynnbaven Dry 
Storage MartaM with a priie wla^^ catch. 






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Surfing comes naturally 
to underwater expert 



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Sailing, sailing over the calm wateis off Vlr^la Beach 
is one of the favorite putiaMS of many BmA fcMents 
and tourists. The HoMe Cat Is one of tkc OHMt iKHpnIar 
sailboats, according to saiUi^ spocbdbto at Trafton 
Marine LTD. on Shore Dr. Waicr wflwilasli ^ctnrcd 
here poll their Hobie Cat to Ife 
after a long sail. 



Leamioi to surf canM naturally to Chuck 0>nkiin. 

After being a monber of the Navy's underwater 
demolition team and diving uid swimminf all over 
the world, surfing seoiwd only lo^»l. 

Conklin now considers Virginia Beach to be his 
home, and owns Pete Smith's Surf Shop at 
^th Street and Pacifit Avenue. 

"I like Virginia Beach because of its central 
location on the «$t coast," he says, "and because 
the people here are really friendly. ' ' 

Originally from Mune, Conklin b^an traveling as 
a member of the Navy's undwwater demolition 
team. 

"AftCT that I went to the Caribbean and taught 
diving for a year," he recalls. "Then I went to 
Ireland and worked as a diver on the Lusitania 
project, trying to salvage wreckate." 

He began surfing in 1963 when he moved to 
Virginia Beach. 

"I worked at Cycle World for five years. That 
retail sales experience combined with my surfing 
knowledge enabled me to Uke over this surf shop 
three years ago." 

Conklin believes in keeping a friendly, casual 
atmosphere in the shop. Although business details 
now consume much of his time, he still looks forward 
to waiting on customers personally as much as 
possible. 



Chuck CoBkHn checks the waves at Virgiaia Beach 
hoping to try out one of Us sbop'iMw surfboards. ^ 



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Waterbeds in HiUtop 
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-'Now throuqh August 27th from 5 to 10 pjn. the 
air is cx)oler, me lines are shorter, the crowds are 
^^^'smaller, the lights are brighter and the savings are 
'f§K^^^m^^ so much better at The Oki Country. A family of 
" '^^^^^\om can save eleven dollars, if ttey purchase tickets 
^aiter 5 p.m. any day of Ae week. Conw thrill to all the 
mdes, shows and attractions— induding tiie Loch Ness 
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.^ i^nKHNIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 16 , W8 



Try swimmhig away a hot summer day 







If swimming in the ocean just isn't your style, 
try making a switch and bring the wato' to you ! 

A swimming pool in your own backyard can bring 
hours of enjoyment to your family and friends. Plus 
it can be a real selling feature for your hmne if you 
decide to move. 

This beautiful water retreat was installed in tlw 
backyard of the Sharpe residence on Little Neck 
Road by Polynesian Pools. 



Photos by Pam VandavMr 




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Mn. Saidy Sharpe fkNUi in real confort !■ 
backyard pool. What a way to get a tan! 



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Flftccii year oM neighbor Jan Shiwioa nccitcs a 
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Rleky Ba^le^, age ten, prefers going In via the pool 
dMe. 



Getting wet oa a hot day it what tt's il ahovt. Etevca 
year old Tricia SiawsM does it right - head fflnt. 



PIctmd fnMt to back, Ricky Badglcy, Trida aikl Jta 
%wsoi agree that a swImmlBg pool Is one of the beat 
ptacci to ^tend a hot sammCT day. 



beach deadline nears for entry in East Coast Surfing Championshipj 



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!6Ui AhniMl East Coast Surfing Championship 
wfll be hdki August "36 and 27 at Camp Pmdleton in 
^^i^gimaBeu^. 

Tlie. competition, spoiuored by th« Virginia Beach 
%fiees, is iqMifO the general public. Hi^ forms dpre 
etfSlble at all local surfii^ ^eps. 

Tlie eyoit will be run by the Basttn Surfiag 
A ii oc j af i qt . District VA-OB. rules. JiMi|es wiU be 
■ Ciecte^tq f the ESA and scoring based on the 20-point 
^ftten. 

Qmpetition is scheduled to b^n eack^;i^Lat 7 a.ifi. 



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^^^^WMuhiys 10-6 Saturdays 



and run to cooiplel^n. Divisions will bt broken into 
heats, each lasting 12-15 minutes, depmding on wave 
a^on and frequency. 

Hie numbo- of surfing categbries has be^ expanded 
to opat the event to more people. The divisions this year 
are: mini huni, under 12 ^ars old; boys' division, 14 
and under; wMsen's (Uvision, no age limit; jr. men's 
divlsi<Mi, 15 to 17; men's division, 18 to 24; master's 
divisicm, 25 to M; seniw men's division, 31 and <ytet% 
long board <fivision, b<Mrd must be at least three fe^ 
over surfer's iMid, no a^ limit. 



Treves will be awarded to the five finalists in each 
division, and official East Coast Surfing Championship 
'^-^lirts will be given to each contestant. 

Hiere is no admisston to the contest, and parking is 
free. City buses will be avulable to provide 
tranq>ortation from the parkiog lot to the beach, a 



Karen Dallaire, a senior at itonpsville High S^od 
will reign as quem ovct this year's events Official ECSC 
T-shuts and visors will be for sde during thi 
competition. 

Refreshments will be ptcrndxA by Dica Cola mm 
Stewart Sandw^ies. Restroom fuOities will b( 



distance of alxNit one mile, for 15 coits. .(^available. 

The competition is scheduled to be completed around For further inf ormiuion contact any of the f (rilowfait 
5 p.m. on &uday, at whk;h time trophies will be Fugi Fiyotina and Gary Madsoi, 497-3S22; Jay C 
presented to the finalists. Russell Sr., 481-4219; Perry O'Keefe, 427-5500; oi 

The deadline for recdpt of entry forms is August 21 . Terry Gearhart, 446-2907. 





WE Am CHARTEB 

TMnn enginf service for all 
Tidawatar. We fly your 
sehaduia anywhere. Join our 
V.I.P. club by flying witfi us 
- often. EacA tinM you fly wi* 
V* we rtdiic* the wte * C»$kno 
spacialt are available to At- 
lantic City beginning in 
August. Airlin«s cutting out 
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Try^ ftM- a pleasant ditnge. 

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2:45 


9:44 


3:37 


10:36 


4:26 


11:27 


5:13 


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5:59 


12:34 


6:47 


1:24 


7:32 


2:14 


8:22 


3:09 


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4:05 


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5:07 


11:09 


6:05 


12:06 


6:58 


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1:46 


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8:23 

9:17 

10:09 

10:58 

11:47 

12:15 

1:06 

1:56 

2:48 

3:43 

4:42 

5:39 

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1:59 

2:58 

3:53 

4:46 

5:38 

6:28 

7:20 

8:14 

9:10 

10:08 

11:07 

12:05 
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Tfties are for Sewclls Point and corrected for D.S.T. 

CWKCtiODS 

Yorlc Spit Light ... Hi - 21 min., Lo - 14 min. 
Old Point Comfort ... Hi - 1 1 min., Lo - 35 min. 
Rfenchville ... Hi - 54 min., Lo - 1 hr., 9 min. 
Cape Charles ... Hi - 18 min., Lo - 3 min. 
Onancock ... Hi - 2 hrs., 22 min., Lo - 2 hrs., 37 min. 
Lynnhaven Bridge ... Hi - 13 min., Lo - 1 min. 
Cape Henry ... Hi - 52 min., Lo - 1 hr., 15 min. 
Rudee Inlet ... Hi - 1 hr., 30 min., Lo - 1 hr., 35 min. 

. Hi - 1 hr., 17 min., Lo - 1 hr., 12 min. 

... Hi - 1 hr., 58 min., Lo - 2 hrs. 10 



Or^on Inlet . . 
Cape Hatteras 
min.. 

Ocracoke Inlet 
mill. 



Hi - 1 hr., 42 min., Lo - 1 hr., 46 



I^ITEMESTS EVERYONE 

IIk varied contentt of your 
honlelowii atwtpupa give it a 
readenhip that indudet every 
aiegroup. 



LOCAL TtHJOl 

No other medium is. bound iq> ' 
with the ev«yday life of your 
community more than your 
hometown newspaper. 



p Surfers have their way in Vii^ginia ieach 




Mark Maynard of 81st Street finds a hot spot to surf 
along the north end of Viiginia Beach 



•••••■••• 

"PBRBONTOPBBaON" 

Tlwt'a U«l -Tom Mid Tour 

LOCAL N«wap«p«r 



Has your once trusty 
showerhead been giving you an 
everdwindling flow of water? 
Don't wait for the plnpober to 
remedy the situation. Remove 



the showerhead and boil it in 
vinegar until the mineral deposits 
can be wiped off. Voila! The 
showerhead is clean, and the 
water will flow freely again. 



For a happy childhood . 

The greatest 
gift a parent 
can give lia 
Kinder- Care! 







Surfers^ho have been bombarding Viriinia Beacn 
City council members and the administration with calls, 
will have their way. 

Until the steel pier surfing pier is again available for 
surfing, the existing surfing area to the north will be 
extended on the north and south sides, keeping the area 
to 500 feet. 

The steel pier was declared off limits last week when 
debris from the pier, which has been torn down, proved 
to be a hazard for the surfers. 

City manager George L. Hanbury said that the owner 
of the pier, was required to remove the pilings five feet 
beneath the water but "I feel the developer did not do 
that although the owner said it had been done." 

He said that Public Works crewmen had been 
instructed to clean up the debris and that if it is found 
that the owner did not do the required work, the city 
will require payment. 



DENTISTRY FOR CHILDMN 

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Vhrf^la BMch PubHc NotleM eti|t'<l 



McAfee 



Well 



Navy Fireman Michael D. McAfee, whose wife, 
Dani, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jones of 
S108 Blackwater Road, Virginia Beach, recently 
participated in the U.S. Sixth Fleet op«'ation 
"National Week XXV." 

He is assigned to the tank landing ship USS 
Saginaw, homeported at Little Creek Naval 
Amphibious Base, Norfolk. 

"National Week XXV" was a week-long exercise 
in the Mediterranean Sea involving Sixth Heet ships 
and aircraft squadrons. 

McAfee joined the Navy in August 197S. 



Uaieon officer appointed 



The National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration (NOAA) of the U.S. Department of 
Commerce, has announced the appointment of 
Commander Jeffrey G. Carlen, 39, of Brooklyn, 
N.Y., as NOAA liaison Officer to the U.S. Army 
Field Artillery School at Fort Sill, Okla. 

Carlen is the son of Mr. uid Mrs. Franklin Carlen 
of Virginia Beach. 

The NOAA Liaison Officer at ^rt Sill offers 
Army personnel his expertise on surveying and 
photogrammetry, and provides information on 
magnetics, astronomy, error propagation, mapping, 
grid systems, and other subjects. ^ 

Commander Carlen, most recently Chief of the 
Coastal Mapping Division at NOAA's Atlantic 
Marine Center in Norfolk, has served abo3?a the 
NOAA Ship Whiting as her executive officer ans as 
commanding officer, as executive officer on the 
NOAA Ship Mt. Mitchell, and as executive officer on 
the Manner. He served also with various satellite 
triangulation and geodetic survey field parties. 

Carlen, who holds a bachelor's degree from 
S.U.N.Y. College of Forestry, and a master's degree 
in science from Syracuse University, is a graduate of 
the Armed Forces Staff CoU^e in Norfolk. 




J.G. Carlen 



Navy Seaman David T. Wttz. whose wife, K$rm, 
is the daughter of Robert H. and Del Qarda of S713 
Colter Court, Virginia Beach, recently participated in 
the U.S. Sixth Fleet operation "National Week 
XXV." 

He is assigned to the aircraft carrier USS John F. 
Kennedy, homeported in Ncnfolk, 

"National Week XXV" was a week-long exercise 
in the Mediterranean Sea invplving Sixth Fleet ships 
and Mrcraft squadrons. 

Wau Joined the Navy in January 1977. - 



Haielwood 

Navy Qectronics Tedmician Seaman Kennetb J. 
wood, ion of Ra^ K. and Lee Hanlwood of 720 Cutiap 
HiU Rd.. Virglaia Beich. recently parti^ited in the U.^ 
Sixth Fleet operadoo "National Week XXV." 

He is aligned to the giddad miisik daitroyv USS 
MacDcHDOogh, homqpMted in C h a ri eitoB , S.C. 

"National Week XXV" was a week-long aerdae in the 
Mediterrauan Sea hmriving Szdi Fleet sh^ aad aiia«tt 
squadrons. It ms the 2Sth in a aeries of eierdses designed to 
test naval wirfaie tediniques tod peofldeDcy. 

Haidwood jdned the Navy in Febniaiy 1973. 



Dei^lopmeiilfund 
gettbig toocomplw 

The Coaumadty Devd<^>ment iMrogram, whkh had 
ben intoKted to be less ounbersome than the old block 
grwt for dqnmsed areas, b ^tting to be jiut like the 
cridl^>ck grant. 

Vkt^ Badi dty mamf« George L. Hanbury t(dd 
couwA Monday aftemo<Hl at an infomud se«i<Hi that 
tlK <^ h«d conndoed the ^^mt ptogtma as a ««y of 
provk^ tow iniaeA Umm and grants to cMxens who 
camot affwd to hook up to city wata ami sewer. 

At the nidation of the Depa^ment of Hmuing and 
UrtHM Devek^ment (HUD) a oorporatkin was formed 
to haute the kaia. Now, Hanbory said, the 
MHporatiiHi may not qualify. 

Like tte (rid Wock fraitt iHiich was laden with 
o(MidM(^ md mW^ the Community Dev^opmmt 
Rn^rafli has beoi acquiring BU»re of the same type 
oitoia. "E^ry wedi we giA a nmno with new 
wu^lkmt" ffauAwy said. 

If the grant even toudies any function, all tlw 
coa^loas Imt to be met. As a result, the dty. wM^ 
tatt bca 0^ itt own departmoitt opantim w^ 
tesneni ftuds to h^ in ccHnmunity devdc^nHtt 
K^vWes, nay w»t be abte to ccmtiniH; thn ^cd^. 1^ 
mvk will tove to be (tone with Comam^ 
Dev^^HMM tmi» ad tl^ nHXiey ai^ilaUe for the 



**Vlte nim beeone max of a buntai. tte whc^ 
pWTMNe^ttepiM wU bed^Biied." 

M'vet m the Q»nmunity 
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(Continued from page 12) 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wedneiday, Sei^ember 6, 
1978, at 7:30 P.M. in the Coundl Chambers, 
Administration Building. Munidpal Center, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. The following applications will appear 
on the agenda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Randy E. and April M. McRiie request a variance of 
6.3 feet to a 3.5 foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet 
as requir«t (detuhed a^essory building) on Lot II, 
Block B, Section 3. Fox Run, 4766 Rosecroft Street. 
Kempfville Borough. 

2. Oliver Family Land Trust requests a variance of 4 feet 
in fence height to an 8 foot fence instead of a 4 foot 
fence as allowed in a required setback from a street on a 
Parcel, Chesapeake Beach, 4816 Shore Drive. Bayside 
Borough. 

3. Frank Robert and Robert William DeMille request a 
variance of 20 feet to a 30 foot front yard setback 
instead of 50 feet as required of Lot 14, Block I, Tract 
A, Sandbridge Beach. 2424 North Sandfiddler Road. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

4. Aubiey Soper, III requests a variance of 10 feet to a 
"0" setlMck from both Atlantic Avenue and from the 



The U.S. Air Force has promoted tLa^ut A. McCrea, S(M 
of Mr. and Mrs. Rtehard H. McQea of 332 Brian Ave.. 
Virginia Beech, to die rank of senior sivmsn. 

Airman McCrea is servhig at Davis-MoBdian AFB, Adi,, 
IS a weqKMu meduuiic. 

The aimuu is a 1973 graduate of Prinoeis Anne High 
School. 



State travel service 




Scott 



WiUiam L. Scott has been named dinctor of aiidio-visu^ 
services fw the Virgiaia Sme Thnrd Service. 

In his new position Scott wiD direct die anquisitfain and 
promodon of Vli|inia travd photognvhy and fitav. He will 
also act IS liaison for nugor aun4e pcodhioen CBBsldwi n g 
Virginia is a film locale. 

The travd servfee's piMXo Umry coQtaias oocc thin 30.000 
blidc-and-idiite pbodotftftt, 12,000 33mm color sUdes and 
2,300 odor transparencies avaibMe to newpipers, nwgaiinw, 
tra^ writers and odier media. 

The tttte's tourism agency also distiibiiteB 26 different 
trivd fOms oo Vl^iida's tourism tttnctioas to iV stations, 
iduh gro«4ii ind travd ptofessi(»als. 

A native of N<vtb CarUna, Scott was most recently ditect(v 
of puWc rdatioos f(v Sttitft Fofd, Inc., and advavtidag aad 
marketing igency bi RJchmond. He ittcoded Oeorgia State 
University ud the CoUeie of the AOwmiarie. 




^iIliaiiiL.$pott 



Senior sales representative named for 
Virginia Beacli Convention Bureau 



Hmothy H. Thomas Ins been sppfltoted • 
fspie a tw auve m me vuguw ■nen coRvemiOB 
WM aimoanoed to^ by Oa dift dfiMbv (tf 
d e vd op m a a t. A. James De Mia. 

ThooMS,^, h»bean sales iMHMiar for 
for the past two yews, aad balof* ite fai dw 
(^ the &cs«on teKh Ian. He ateim itOi9 sain 
of Graiae latemtfioaaL 

He aad bb wife. Mary Baa. and thdr two 
Uved in the c^ for die piM five years. 



Hetdi 

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ddlAeahave 



The ^^giaia Bead> Coo^atiea Burani, a <fivision of the 
DapartmiBl oi Eeooomic D e wkpment, recently became an 
i^RMMe owiriMr of die Ittajmati(»al Asaodati(m of 
COBv ea ti o n and IHsitors 9mttm,J 

The hnneB is " ' M " ***^ targe slite. regi(mal and «!i rti"Mi 
eeanwttioBa. eahfttttinw and MiAa Aows for die ^Hrghda 
IteadiArtiaadCoirfBnaeeGailar, aow under 0(aMmeti(m 
fod (hie to open fai Fibnivy IMS. HewMiv iq> die bureau's 
tfforts sfawa it ww focmed bi ^pril 1977 Is itagh C. Binm. 
oooidfaiAor. 



Cound looics Inlo eounby dub unm 




The dty of Viii^aia Beadi k eemiMBi fachisiQB of 
a country dub dasdfication in its Coopebaedve 
Z(nui4C)rdinuioe. 

ONUtry duto Kt mm pomitted as a OHitf ti(wal use 
iukIo- otlw types of ztming. 

City manager Geor^ L. Hanbwy tqM coondl 
Mon^ afternoon thM dty pinner Robert Scott is 
b^di^ into eowitry ^b type smi^ so ifett ireas 
Gouht be rezDned ipe^^^ tm wmnf Ms. This 
itmM dimi^ the drngm (rf nziNMi>i po^e^ &<»> 
rendential to comnier(»d we to pnn^ eouatiy dub 
0(nstn^(m ami thai have die owm* we the pn^ierty 
(mo^bacommiermima. 

The nattor came up nMh m wtoriw of the 
Viryaia Bndi Racquet Chib Mprth Ano^ttn for a 
cooMMial use permtt fot teiAtf mi itSKcttaB 
coorts, aih^ml outdoor cqwtt. eteWtome with 



nsuutam Md addU^itf partiaUy-a^osed imloor 
etNirts tm an d^t-aot pwed wwUi of tte intorse(^(m 
of Grnt fkek IU»ad awl TlKmas Bishop Lane. 

Att(m^ Chm^ Wf^tei rq^seiti^ the Omt Neck 
Asso^tMB of rnir Tfijin nppnird the petition. 
■frtniiiH mit that the anAatiM u weU as the ed^ii 
tecility to mt etm^^ as leo^onal f^iUties of an 
owldodr nature pennttM IM (^idcntial a>ne. TIm aiea 
is a Ui^ reerkted leiMMtttf aiea. 

The dub tt iH-esoK has «^Med temn courts, wh^ 
Hffve poMktod 1^ the s^, Ha^my said, because tl» 
ImUIITiii i^^^r cew^tetitfK mMnire tan^vary. 
^ ^sm0 vfeitod to ^sm tl« im^a^^m to be 
* wkUrawa ami faiMn^»d Hutary ftml ont i^y the 
fe^^ p^mit f(x- the Mnito eowrt ^^»nre wu 
kMed. 



boardwalk (cast propaty line) instead of 10 feet each as 
required on the south 25 feet of Lot 6, Block 31, 
Virginia Bach Devdopment Co., 2101 Atlantic 
Avenue. Virgiaia Beach Borough. 

5. Michael D. AUen requestt a vWance of 20ieet to a 30 
foot setback from Inlynnvttw Itogd Instead of 50 feet as 
required (detached accesstwy building and swimming 
pool) and a variance of 2 fe*t in fence hdght to a 6 foot 
fence Instead of a 4 foot f^ m «Uowed in a required 
setback from • street (Iiftmnview Road) on Lot 17, 
Block A, TrMit Berk^. 2429 Bluecastle Lane. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

6 F BealeWUhoitrequcsttavarianceof 10feettoa20 
foot front yard setbeck (Bfret Point) instead of 30 feet 
as required of Ut 5, Sylvan Uke. 1204 Egret Potot. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

7 F BealeWniioitrequesttavarianceof I0feettoa20 
foot front yard setback (Egret Point) instead of 30 feet 
as required of Lot 6, Sylven Lake. 1200 Egret Point. 
Lynnhaven Borou^. 

8. F. Beale WiUtoit requestt a variance of 10 feet to a 20 
foot front yard setback (Sendee Oescent) instead of 30 
feet as required on Lot 30, Sylvan Lake, 1992 Sandee 
Crescent. Lyimbtvcn Borough. 

9. Gary M. Price requestt a variance of 9 feet to a 1 foot 
side yard a<U«cent to a street (Cypress Avenue) instead 
of 10 feet as previously granted by the Board of Zoning - 
Appeals on Lot I, Blo<* 44, Shadowlawn Heightt, 
Winston-Satem Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

10. Hardee's ResUurant requestt a variance of 18 
square feet per face to 143 square feet per face instead 
of 125 square feet per face as aUowed for a free-standing 
sign on a Pared. Levd Green, 6075 Indian River Road. 
Kempsville Borough. 

11. Hardee's Restaurant requestt a variance of 18 
square feet per face to 143 square feet per face instead 
of 1 25 square feet per face as allowed for a free-standing 
sign on Parcel A, Pembroke Manor, 701 Independence 
Boulevard. Bayside Borough. 

12. Letty E. Malenda requ»tt a variance of 3 feet to a 7 
foot side yard setback instead of 10 feet as required 
(we^ jnopcrty line - twimming pool) on Lot 8, Block 2, 
Windsor Woods, 3908 W. Colonial Parkway. 
KempsviUeBorou^. 

13. Donald Lee CummiuF raiuotsA variance to|iow 
^||d|0tiii(i^i||#riqii$nfM1n%^ a 

building instoid of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjaoott to a public street on Lot 4, Block B, 
Section 4. Cedar HiU, 5671 WiUowdale Court. 
Kempsvilte Borough. 

14. James T. WhUe requestt a variance to allow 
overnight parking of a conunacial vdi^ greater than 
3/4 too eatwcity in a residential district where 
prohlkfee^ OB Lot 25, Block 6. Section 9. Windsor 
Woods, 371201adstoiie Drive. Kempsville Borough. 

15. Lynnhaven Stgtioa Con^iany by Owen I*icl^» 
AOsmney, requestt a w^iance to allow a second free- 
standing sign mstead of one free-standing sign as 
allowed on 1.96 acres, northwest comer of Nordi 
Lynnhaven Road and the N(^olk-Soutiiem Railroad. 
Pinewood 0|i!dais» 101 N(Nth Lynnhaven lUiad. 
Lynnhaven Bon^. ^ v-^, 

16. Michad L. ^^rowder requestt a variance to allow 
parking of a mt^ rccreiticmal equipment in front of a 
bujldfav instewd of bdiind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street son Lot 7. Section 
LM-5A. Oieen Run, 1357 Green Cedar Lane. Princess 
^ineBorough. 

DEFERRED AOiNDA: 

1 . Jesse J . Myrick requestt a variance to aUow parking 
of a major reoeational equipment in front of a building 
instead of behind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Lot 133. Pembroke 
Meadows, 633 Abbey Drive. Bbyside Borough. 

2. Redford and HarreU by Jai^ H. Harrdl requestt a 
variance of 8 feet to a "0" side yard setback (west 
jpropaty line) inmad of 8 feet as required when 
uidustrial z(^fag| adjoliis residential (R-8) zoning 
d^rkt <m Hired A. I^^vinon of l^rt of Propaty of 
Hoirard P. Ives, Bdls Road. Lynnha^ Borou^. 

3. Jota M. Hdfig n|iwstt a vari«i«» to allow parking 
of a BM^ T^Gm^&sM^VAv^omt in front of a buUdhig 
bmaS of bdiind tl^ nearest pmtim of a buUtf ng 
adjacent to a pul^ street on Lot 22, Section 2. 
Humiditoii, 148 Uppeville Road. Kempsville Borough. 

4. Robert Lee and Laure J. Graham, Jr. request a 
variance (rf IS Met to a 15 fo<M ttont yard setback 
bistMd of 30 fe« u req^ed and of 2.5 feet to a 7.5 
foot side yaid salhi^ taWaad of 10 feet as required on 
Lot 1^, M^ Manor, 817 
Lynntevn Bdnk^. 



Plymouth Lane. 



ALL APPUCAKR MUST APPEAR KFORE THE 
BOARD 



W. L. Towers 
SeonlMfy 



V^ 8/16.8/23 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 16. 1978 9 



Colte garnet to be 
broadcast on radio 






, WN(^ Badio wfll any tke tan BytinoR Colu Kiwduk 

Nb thb ywr tooofdiiii to m •Baoaaoaiint nude lodty. 

Mntpr of^ ititka. FM (hie. irid. "We an itaMd 
to iKOiidcMtllie Coki ifiriii tiib yiav • irith tlwb expuded 
|UM lAidiiit. Our jpom Mfvey IM fUl diKioMd tint the 
(hvoritt im. tMm MBoaf the tiMNiiiiidi who voted wae tlie 
Coto folkNnd hy the RdikiM.** 

CMy • 9«CMli|e peta MpurMd the two tcuns. 

Hm npilir MMoo opeai with the flnt of the NFL Monday 
Nilhl Pootel pHM tMa$ th* Cohs aiiiiut the Mlai 
Cowb^ la Mtai, on Septenhcr 4. 

CkiHlTlMiapiea «id Vfawe BmU will hiiidle the play hy 
pfaqr ttnmghoat Ow iMMoii. 

Tlw leet |UM h m Deeembv 17 afifaM the BOb at 
B a Ww o i e St adi mn . 



Amasons to shig 



Boyd and Floyd 
Amaspn, twins oftoi 
refoTcd to as the 
"Smothers Brothoi" of 
gospel music, will tipjpeu 
at the London Bridge 



Bi^list Church on August 
20atlU.m. 

Hie church is located at 
2460 Potters Road, 
Virginia Batch. 



Hot ^it sfcowfe hut two... 

Neptune Festival schedule attracts artists 




■yPAMVANOIVCOl 



Two art shows are among the dozens of events 
scheduled during the Fifth Annual Virginia Beach 
Neptune Festival, Sept. 15-24. The Hilltop North & 
West Fifth Annual Sidewalk Art Show will take place 
Sept. 14, 15 and 16. The Neptune Festival Art Show on 
the Boardwalk is set for Sept. 22, 23 and 24. 

The deadline for entries in the Hilltop show is August 
31 , or as soon as spaces are Tilled . 

Cash awards ranging from $25 to $500 will be 
presented as Merit Awards, Honorable Mentions and 
Best in Show. 

Entries may be in any of the following: oils or acrylics 
used as oils; watercolors or acrylics used as watercolors, 
photography, graphics (includes pastels, prints, 
drawings, pen and ink and watercolors); sculpture; arts 
and crafts (must be original work). 



Entry fee is $24 per space. Spaces will measure 
approximately 7 '/i by 7 '/i ft. 

For additional information contact Nick Rice at 428- 
6607. 

The Virginia Beach Arts Center is sponsoring the 
"Art Show on the Boardwalk." Entries are due by Sept. 
I. 

Awards include a flrst prize of $750, second prize of 
$500 and third prize of $250. A number of honorable 
mention ribbons will also be presented. 

Entry fees are either $25 or $30, depending on display 
location during the show. 

Categories include painting, watercolors, graphics, 
drawing, sculpture, crafts (fiber, glass, wood, metal, 
clay), and photography. 

Awards will be announced at 3 p.m. on Saturday. 

Sept. 23. 

For further information, phone the Virginia Beach 
Arts Center at 428-9294. 



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Ninety students participate 



VWC orchestra woricshop 



LET US COOL YOU 

WITH fHE SILENT 

loucN OF A son 



Some ninety juniw and senior high school studoits 
from throu^out eastern Virginia are attending the 
Eighth Annual Virginia Wesleyan College Ordiestra 
Workshop which began on Sunday, August 13. 

Russell SOuu^i conductor of the Norfolk 
Symphony, is musical director of the workshop 
which gives yow^ .inusi(4ans an opportunity for 
concentrated study with nmttx teachers in string, 
woodwind, brass and percussion instnmiaits. 

The workshop is presented by Virginia Wesleyan in 
cooperation with the Norfolk Symphony Orchestra 
and the Virginia Beach Friends of Music. 

Faculty membors this year include Ronald 
Marshall, prindpal violist with the Norfolk 
Symphony and a member of the Feldman (^artet; 
Gregory Barnes, conductor of the Tidewater Junior 
Youth Symi^ony and ordiestra consultant for the 
Norfolk Public Schools; Linda Decker, a violist with 
the Norfolk and Peninsula Symphonies; Janet 



Kriner. prindpal cellist with the Norfolk and 
Peninsula Symphonies uid a member of the Feldman 
(Quartet; Roy Johnson, principal clarinetist with the 
Lexington, Koitucky Philharmonic Orchestra: Betty 
Johnson, pripcipal percussionist with the Lexington 
Philharmonic; Stephen Carlson, principal trumpet 
with the Norfdk Symphony and Virginia Opera 
Assodatitm; IXi^d Hall, French homist with the 
Norfolk and Peninsula Symphony Orchestras; and 
Donald Bick a monber of the Richmond Symphony 
Orchestra and Ridunond Sinfonia. 

The wt^kshop will conclude with the Chamber 
Ensemble cbncert at 4 p.m. on Saturday, August 19 
followed by the full orchestra concert at 7:30 p.m. 
Both will be hdd in the Hofhdmer Library at 
Virginia Wesleyan and are open to the public. 

Dt. Uvnd Clayton, hsM)date professor of music at 
Virginia Wesleyan, is coordinator for the workshop. 



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^Br>iseores 



Alan Kfaig. a two-httKttBi^ gdfer from Princess Anne 
Hii^'s 197S state diuvioBship team, has signed a 
grant-fai-aid with (Hd Domiirion Udwdty. 

The AD- America Hnksnaa from "^^rgtaiia Beadi signed with 

ODU golf coadi Murray RodisiU after visithig Ariaooa. 
Lodriana State. Soi^ Ftorida and James Mai&ffli. 

"Akm is a fine addttm to oar fdf profram and the 
university." RudisiO sdd. "He could h^ us become the top 
o^iieteunhi the state this year. We'll be aUe to offer him 




thiet 





BLADE SIZES 
36"for$S9.0S — S2'' for $119.98 

Delightfully relaxing. Delightfully comfortable. 
Casablanca ceiling fans by Emerson add a little 
enchantment to any room. They operate at lightbulb 
economy... much less than a penny an hour. 



1.6j>-t>« 



ptany of dtaUengBs because we'll be compethig against sMne 
of the best cdkge teaau in the nation hi tournament and 
matdiidqr." 

idug jdayed oo the Princen Anne var^ for four yean 
under head coach Leo Anthony. 

A awmber of the National Honor Sodety, King ptams to 
mslor hi acoounthig at Okl Dmdnion. 

He is the son <^ Kfr. and Mn. A. Ward Kfaig of Lynnville 
Creaoent hi ^Hriida Beadi. 



1728 s: Military Hwy. io Chesapeake 
Grccnbriar Farms Area 4204221 




HOW WOULD A 

TRAMINQ PAYROLL 

8AVMQ8 OF 70% 

LOOK ON YOUR 

BOTTOM LINE? 

Whon you hlro a new wnployM throu|h 
tht Work Inctntivc (WIN) prairam, you get 
a Ux credit of 20% of that ptnon's wages. 
And if on-ihe*)ob training is needed, you 
an be reimbursed for costs up jto 50% of 
the entry level wage for the entire length 
of that training. 

To find but how you can qualify for this 
payroll uvings for employees you hire 
throi«h WIN. call us at 4e9-1401 






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Bona of Rely pre p are pl a na for Naphme FeaBval 



The next regular monthly meeting of the Roma 
Lodge No. 2S4. Sons of Italy, will be hdd on 
Monday. Aug. 28 7:30 p.m. at the club house, 2097 
Magic Hollow Boulevard. Vii^inia Beech. 

Hie lod^ will have a imncess, "Min Italy", in the 
Neptune Festival and will ride the Heritage FiWt in 
the NqHime Festival parade' 



Membors of the Roma Lodge are asked to 
nominate any young lady. 18 years old or over, who 
wishes to rqwesent tlw Italian community in this and 
(Mha events. The entry deadline is Aug. 18. 

Fm- inf(Kmati(Hi call. Mrs. Ferlauto 425-0941 . 



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6270 Nerthompton Blvd. 
Norfolk, Viiginio 23502 



Irust your Aerolite 
insukitkm pratessaonal 
for expert instaUatioii. 









Your Aerolite dealer is: 

"Serving Tidewater 
since 1924'* 



I.E. RITTER 
CORP. 

622*3831 
Night 622-3399 







A CIBA-GEIOr Company 



Wtei sotnrixMly ruses tlK ^ke 
ol temcx^ somdxxir else 1^ to pay 
more for tanonade. 

^jid no malitt bow nucb you h«te 
to see you- cuMMn^' e]tpe»» go 
tqj. if you own t}% temmade Aan3,yQa 
tow to laise ymn- pctoes. 

It's tfaitt WW «^ etodrkaty. 
Prices for the ftws needed to gai«-- 



saytoyourcuslonieis 
weto ncrease prices? 

tothatin^KmandtfaerM^oofitecrf those imwantediiKre^es will just go 

fiifincii«»dooiistnidiiignewpoN«' away. But it ctoes mean t)^1l be kei^ 

plan^ and you've fotfliemevitabte- ^kw as poarible. And in inflationary 

pnst'wa^sm. tiinKttGe(fa@e,ttwtinitsrifns(xne 

^^KowiUomtimieto^Afora eKxm^^pmmL 
reli^^,jA3nUUe aq^ (tf &(^ikity. aa^ 



And we V OMtfnwe to ^rive for m eoo- 
ixmwsri mid l^moei i»e d fti^ 



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1 10 VIMSINIA BEACH SUN n WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 197» 



\ ■ 



Nature 

hikes 
uncover 

secrets 



Want to walk where the pirate Blackbeard once 
roamed, hunt insects, reptiles, and amphibians? The 
summer class from Montessori Children's House 
went to Seashore State Park for a nature hike. 

The day was hot and humid, but the children's 

spirits were high for their mile and a half walk. The 

, tour guide led the children and parents down to a 

swampy area containing black water, cypress trees, 

and filmy moss. 

Legends say Blackbeard may have hidden treasures 
in this area. 

From there the trail climbed upwards, where 
turtles and a red bellied water snake were spotted. 
The children enjoyed seeng the Bicentennial 
; "Grandfather" tree. 

Just as legs and feet were tiring the hike ended at 
the Welcome Center and the childten's minds turned 
towards home and the tales they would tell of the 
, ; mysteries of Seashore State Park , 





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Happy traKs to you" 



Roy Rogers, the singing cowboy, was in Vii^ inia Beach 
Saturday evening to give a free outdoor concert with his 
band the Sons of the Pioneers. The event was staged to 
celebrate the opening of the new Roy Rogers Restaurant 
in Haygood. Thousands of Vii^inia Beach fans paclced 
the restaurant pariting iot and neighboring yards, eager 
to hear Rogers' cowboy takn and popular tunes. Photos 
by Pam Vandeveer. 




Noted British film malier Joins 
CBN University sclioof faculty 



^Correct way to go over a fallan logs stend on the to|» 
^ the log; lofrit to ai^ if a siKllntis>mi fhe othn sidej^ 

'^if none, step ifllMiV/IVatalit J>ove does thel»cst she 
can with short legs and a big log. 




A noted British film maker of international acclaim has 
been appointed to the faculty of CBN University's graduate 
School of Communications. 

Roy Martin-Harris, whose documenatary films have 
captured numerous awards at the prestigious Edinburg Film 
Festival, will join CBN University as adjunct professor in the 
area of film production. 

Martin-Harris, who is features editor of "The 700 Qub," 
for The Christian Broadcasting Network, Inc. (CBN), was a 
writer/director with the Shell Oil Film Unit in London, North 
R^on Film Unit Director and senior television producer with 
the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), head of a private 
audio-visual and production company and course director in 
fihn and television at York University, Toronto, Ont., before 
coming to ^N. 

While wftn the BBC. Martm-JHarzis wis iostumeotal in 
introducing the use of 16mm film as a professional medium in 
television and ivoduced manv highly successful features, 
including "Morning in the Streets," which was the recipient of 
the Intematicmal Italia Prize for television fihn documentary. 

He also imxluced instuctional fitans for British Airways and 
was TV and fihn consultant to the Intonational Atomic 
Energy Agency, a United Nations body. A documentary 
produced for the agency, "Harvest of the Sea," captured an 
award at the Cannes International Fihn Festival. 



CBN University's School of Conununications wiD open 
^pt. 11 to an expected enrollment of ISO students 
representing more than 30 states. Courses will be offered in 
five major areas, radio/television, visual comunications, 
journalism, communications studies and advertising/public 
relations. Students will have access to the facilities of CBN, 
making available for the course work, some of the most 
modem commimications equipment in the world. 

CBN president and founder. Dr. M.O. "Pat" Roberts(m, 
also president of CBN Univosity is founded on the principles 
of scholary excellence and free inquiry in the same mold 
America's leading early institutions of higher learning. 



Food stamp Information 

If you receive medicaid For additional information 

and live on a fixed income, caO the Virgmia Beach De- 
the Virginia Beach Food 

Stamp Program may be help- partment of Social Services at 

ful to you. 425-0140. 

SOLVE MONEY WORSIES 

How' to bdp idve money thinp you no lon^.need and 
worries! Let dattifled adi in can do without. Low cost and 
your, hometown news|M|)er sell qukk acting! 



, , AS'niTE«UVEit& ., 

The man or woman wiio reads 
their community newspaper 
from cover-to-cover each issue is 
not only a wdl-infwmed person 
on local events, but his or her 
knowledge through this reading 
habit makes them become the 
most astute buyers in this 
community. 



». . ji > Jtii 111 

It's (o easy. . .ad«vtise:<ttB 
things you no longer need in the 
classified columns of your 
hometown newspaper. In 
practically no time at all. peo|de 
in your neighborhood will know 
what you have to sell. You're on 
the road to extra cash. . . 
somebody will read your ad and 
buy! 




Btty Itatwick, age five, MHireys the swanp where 
kbcard Med Us water k^. 





Stotfl e wy w, 1^ tlH«e, lo^u over the 
M^y at tte Welcone Center before she 



h^Uw. 



Bayticto Motors 

4717 Shore Drive 4C4-4Si3 
Charles C. Hale. Sr. aad Staff 

PlasMT Anwrican 

Maaiccment and Persoooal 

Haynos Furniture Company 

SS24 VirgiaU Beach Boaltvard 
Fwaiture-BeddiBC^Carpetlag 

Rosewood Memorial Parle 

131 Witehdaek Road 417-1925 
C. C. Kirkpatrick 

Engineering Media, Inc. 

IOC R. Liberty street 
CiMtrles Hackwordi aad Staff 

t 

Charlie't Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Drive 491-1143 
Mary E. RelipeU aad Employees 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

11 11 Pacific Aveaue 421-9161 

Overton's M»ket 

1419 Poiadeiter street M5-9494 
Tbe Overtons and Employees 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Virginia BMCb Blvd. 497-4IS4 
Taylor B. Carr aad Employees 

Fwniture Showrooms 

in E. LitUe Creek RoMi 
SMI S. Military Hlflivay 
Sanfy Bella and Em^tqrees 

Andy's PHmblng and Heating 

1063 Caaal Drive 4tS-S000 
Stote-R^tM-cd-Naw ud CM Wwk 

KempsvUle Pharmacy 

S2M Priacess AaM Road M7-391I 

lobnt W. CI]^ira-LyM LmvSI 



THE TREE 

If man were made peif ect . . . com- 
plete as could be . . . tlien God would 
have never . . . created the "she". 

For man is (he trunic and the branch 
and the root . . . while woman's the 
blossom, the leaf and the fruit. 

KivcrsofTboHglri 
by Mania Biixbaam 



K1 



WHNs Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskia Road 42I-S9S1 
L. H. Buras aad Staff 

Price's Incorporated 

4SI0 Pembroke MaU I22-370C 
Braad Name An>Uaace$ -TV-Stereo 



Smith Sales and Service 

.410 BatUefield Blvd. N. 547-2929 
Elvood Smith aad Employees 

Home Federal Savings 
and Loan ASSN. 

1(35 Laskia Road 421-0327 
Church Accouats Welcome 

Todd Electric Company 

Heary and Moses Todd aad Staff 

Preston's Phmnacy 

1401 Poladexter Street 545-7337 
Janes L. Marshall aad En^loyecs 

Chesapeake Savings andLom 

Fraak N. Wood aad Associates 

Southern States 
CtMsapeake Assn., Inc. 

1794 S. Military Mifhvay 420-1141 
L. Belmoot Williams aad Persouel 

il.D. IMIes and Sons, Inc. 

i. D. Miles, Jr. ami Associates 

KeHam and Eaton Inc. 
Building Si^iplles 

Prlaeess Amc Stetiea 427-3200 
Praafe aad David KeUaa 

W.L "0My'* RliodM 

123! Lawel Avesw. Chesapeake 
4M- IM 424-5729 



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Virginia Beach Public Notices 



VmCINIA: IN THE 
ifCLERK'S OFFICE OF 

THE cmcurr court 

OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 7th DAY OF 
August, 1978. 

In re: Adoption of Michial 
Allison Adair 

By: Leslie R. and Dorothy 
W. Allison. 
Fetitioners 

To: J(m Michael Addr *- 
Address Unknown 

ORDER 

This day came Leslie R. 
Allison and Dorothy W. 
Allison, Petitionors, and 
represented' that the objwt 

'of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above /named infant, 

? Michial 'AUistm Adair, by 
Leslie R. Allison and 
Dorothy W. Allison, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been 

made and filed that Jon 
Michael Adair, a natural 
paroit of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: Unknown. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Jon Michad 
Adair at>p«ur on or before 
the 27th day of 
September, 1978 and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
wliat . is necessary to 
IHt>tect his interest in this 
matter. 

• A copy teste: 
Jd^ V. Fentress, Cl^k 
By: Patti A. IC^enehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 



Uliam F. Bumside, p.q. 
f.O.i»ri062 
Virginia Beach, VA.! 
23451 

VBS 8/16. 8/23. 8/30, 9/6 

VIRGINL^: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 7TH DAY OF 
^Aiigust, 1978. 

.In re: Adoption of 
Gordm Rubin Schult 

By: Dana Allan Weber 
and Katherine Ann Weber 
Petitioners 

To: John Irving Schult 

449^84-4490 

Company C, 143rd Signal 

Battalion 

APO New York, New 

York 09039 

ORDER 

This day came Dana 

Allan Weber and 

Katherine Ann Weber. 

vPetitioners. and 

rqvewnted that the (^ject 

of this proceeding is to 

effect the t^ofrtion of the 

above named infant, 

Gmifm Rubin Schult. by 

Dana AUan Webo^ and 

Katherine Ann Weber, 

hustand ai^ wife, md 

affKlavit having beoi 

made aiui fited that John 

Irvi^ Sdiult, a Mtural 

' parmt of said child, is a 

non-re^(^t of the Sute 

of Virginia, the last 

Renown post office addnn 

^ieiiw»CoiVMBy C, 143rd 

i^pud Battalion. APO. 

9Hew York. New York 

^309. 

It is thCTefo» Ot6atd 
that the said John Irvin 
Schult tppmt before this 
OMirt witMa t^ (IC) days 
%fter iwUlcttiim of thto 
IMte aiMi iwUcate htt 
•ttitwte toiwud tlw 



necessary to protect his 
interest in this mittter. 

A ^y teste: John V. 
Fentress. Clark. 
By: Patti A. Keendum. 
Deputy Clerk. 

William F. Bumsi<te. p.q. 
P.O. Box 1062 
Vii^nia Beach. VA. 
23431 

VBS 8/16. 8/23. 8/30. 9/6 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Cty qf Virgmia Beadi, 
'Va.. 00 the 7th day of 
August. 1978. 

Dolores Ann Jrnies nekte, 

Plaintiff, 

a^rinst 

Alonzo L. Fields. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to (detain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defencUmt, upon 
the grounds of that the 
parties have lived separate 
and apvt without any 
cohabitation and without 
bitemiption for more than 
one year, to-wit, since 
an)roximately February 
16, 1969. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tbe defendant is a non- 
residoit of the State of 
Vir^ida, the last known 
PMt office address being: 
318 23rd Street, South 
Seattle, Washington. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 27th of 
Sq)tembCT, 1978, and do 
vdutt may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 

A copy-Teste: John V; 

Flentneap 

^: Patti A. Keenehu, 

Deputy dork. 

' Glom B. McClanan.p.q. 
425 South Witchduck 
kdad 

Virginia Beach, VA. 
23462 

VBS 8/16, 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 



ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 

In tha Clerk's Office of 
^.^eJSrcuU Coun of the 
aty of Virglma Bntch. 
Va., on ik$ 7th day of 
August, 1978. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Omiit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach. 
Va., on the 7th day of 
August, 1978. 

Janice Marie Carrick, 

Plaintiff, 

apinst 

James Patrick Carrick, 

Defoidant. 

Hie (^ject of this suit is 
to (drtun a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upcm 
the grounds of one year 
sqiMintion. 

And ui affidavit having 
been made aiKl filed that 
the defendant is a «>n- 
resicteit of the Sme of 
Virginia, the last known 
pott office address bdng: 
Cori»is Christi, Toas. It 
is ontered that Im do 
appear cm or beftm the 
27th of September, 1978. 
ukI do what may be 
necenary to protect his 
intov^ia this suit. 

A <»py-T«te:Jdm V. 

Faitre» 

^: I^ttl A. Kemdian. 

D^ty Qtrk. 

Wayne G.Sottza,p.q. 
122S Vlr^nki Nm*1 Bank 

Norfolk. VA. 23510 



Martin G.Lorenz, 

Plaintiff. 

a^nst 

AnnA.Loraiz. 

Defendant. 

Hie object of thb suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinoilo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for a period of more Htm 
one yeaa. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defenitot is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Waldron Island, 

Washington 98297. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 27th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

DqjutyClCTk. 

Robert B. Cromwell, Jr., 

p.q. 

Ponbroke One-Suite 525 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23462. 

VBS 8/16, 8/23, 8/30. 
9/6 

ORI^ROF 
PUBLICATION 

In the dark's Office of 
the Qfm^ Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach. 
VA.. on the 1st day of 
Au^ut, 1978. 

Michael Wayne 

Roemmidi, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Donna Urn Roemmidi. 

Defandaat. 

Tlif object <rf this suit is 
to (4rtain a divwoe a 
vinculo mattimonii from 
the said defeiHlant. upon 
tlw grounds of (kaerUon 
lasting more than one 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
beat OMite^and filed that 
tlw defendant is a iwn- 
resident of the State of 
Virgima. fht last known 
post offloa address being: 
26 East Avenue, Livonia. 
New York 14487. It is 
ordo^ that she (to appeu 
cm or befwe the 21st of 
Sq[>tanber, 1978, «id do 
ndiat may be necessary to 
preset hor iaitnit in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John 

V.Foitress 

By: Patti A. Keendum, 

Deputy Oerk. 

Donald E. Lee. Jr. p.q. 
2625 I^4TO«tt ^ne Road 
Virginia Beach. VA. 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the Orcwt Court (4 the 
aty of Vir^nte Beach. 
VA.. on the 2nd day of 
August. 1978. 

It^MdO'OMUMl 

Plaintiff. 



to obtain a divoree a 
mensa et thoro, v^ich 
upon proper andiettion 
at the proper time wiU be 
merged into a divtwce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
thfe said defendant, upon 
the grounds of deserticm. 

And an affidavit iMving 
hten made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last kMwn 
post office address bdng: 
11932 Triskett Road. 
Oevdand, Ohio 441 3S. It 
Is ordo-ed that she do 
appear on or before the 
22nd of September, 1978. 
ami do what may be 
necessary to !nt>tect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keoidum. 

Deputy Clerk. 

Louis W. K^shner, p.q. 
P.O. Box 62484 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23462 

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^Ueen H^i ^(i«»^ 

Kiacaid, 

Ddiodant. 



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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach. 
VA.. on the 27th day of 
July. 1978. 

Deborah Garrett Cox. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

James Richard Cox, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an annulment or 
divorce from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of earlier 
marriages existing at the 
time the i^tsent marriage 
was entered into or in the 
alternative desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
beoi made and filed diat 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Post Office Box 17, 
Calai^so, North 

Carplina. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 18th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect Ids intorest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Ttstt: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

oieputyOerk. 

Thomas B. Shuttieworth, 
p.q. 

Suite 211, Pembroke 
HuveBldg. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT 

CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CITY OT 
V!ROINL\ BEACH 0^ 
THE 28th DAY 0^ 
JULY, 1978. 

In re: Adoption of 
DAWN MARIE 

McENANEY and chai«e 
of name to DAWN 
MARIE STEVENS 

Bv: RUSSEL WILLIMI 
STEVENS and HELEN 
MARGARET 
MAHONEY STEVENS, 

Husband and Wife 

IN CHANCERY NO. C- 

78-1159 

ORNROF 
PUBLICATION 

Hie object (tf this suit b 
fw tlw Pei^mrs fn 
obtau the adc^^m'^bf 
DAWN MARIE 



McENANEY and ctenge 
of nune to DAWN 
MARIE STEVENS. 

The 9Mmm i»ray 
and a Final Order of 
Adoption be «^erid tai the 
above-st^ •iA9pti<»i 
allowing the ad^^ti(»i and 
chan^ of naott wittout 
tiie consrot of the nttural 
fatiier. Matttew Midu^ 
McEnaney. Jr.. whose 
consent appears to be 
unobtainable or may be 
bdng withheld contrary to 
the best interests of the 
duld. 

An afndavit has been 
made and filed that 
Mattiiew Michad 

McEnaney. Jr.. is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, his last kiwwn 
address bdng: Naval 
Station. Keflavki, Iceland. 
Box 33. FPO. New York. 

09571. it is Ordered 

that he appear on or 
before the IStii day of 
Septonba. 1978 and 
protect his intact herein. 
It is furiher ORDERED 
that tills Ord^ be 
published once a week for 
four (4) successive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun. 
a newspaper published in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia. 

I request this: 

Michad E.Gr^.p.q. 

Grey. Nielsen, Grey & 

Arsoiault 

160 Newtown Road, Suite 

215 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23462 

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VIRGINIA: N THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA MUCH ON 
THB^2ltii fiAY OF 
JULY, 1971 

IN RE: Diidwrte from 
LiabiUty to V. Alfred 
Etiieridge, Former 

Treasurer of tiie aty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



V. Alfred Etheridge, Jr. 

Attorney for the 

Petitioner 

128 S. Lynnhaven Road 

Vir^ia Beach. VA. 

23452 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk's Office of 
tiie arcuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
Va., on the ^d day of 
August. 1978. 

Dianna Jean Bailey, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Cedric Levin Bailey. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of a 
continuous one-year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed tiiat 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdng 
unknown. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before tiie 22nd of 
September. 1978. and do 
what may be necosary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

oieputy Clerk. 

Legal Clinic of Wm. 
Merrit. p.q. 
1216GranbyStred 
Norfolk. VA. 



IN CHANCERY NO. 
C78-362 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 

THIS MATTER Came 
to be heard upon the 
petition of V. Alfred 
Etiieridge, former 

treasurer of the aty of 
Virginia Beach. Vir^nia. 
by counsd, to be 
discharged from liability 
pursuant to Section 58^33 
of tiie Code of Virginia: 
and 

WHEREAS. the 

cmificates required by 
Section 58-933 of the 
Code of Virginia having 
been {wesented to this 
Couri; and 

WHEREAS. tiie 

aforesaid Section 58*933 
of the Code of Virginia 
requires puMicatioo of 
notice in a newq^iper 
designated by the Court 
once a week fmr a period 
of four suoxssiw ««eks 
uid by posting at die frtmt 
door of tills Court, it is 
hereby ORDERED tiiat 
tiie Clerk of this Court (1) 
publish a cof^ of tiiis 
Otia in tiie Vi^nia 
Bach Sun oiKx a wedc f OT 
a period of four suoxsdve 
«^ks and (2) post a copy 
of this Ot^ at the fitmt 
door of tills Court, sttting 
and V. Alfred Etiieridge. 
fonner tmsunr of the 
City of Viigbiia Bach, 
win move the Court oo tiw 
22nd d^ of SepMoiber. 
1978,atl0.'00A.M.ttdie 
CmirdMNitt tli«eof to 
mtm an (mier of llmU 
discharge fron liabiUty Ui 
him. 

laskfortiik: 



Defendant. 

The object of this suit k 
to obtain a divorm a 
mensa et thoro tnm the 
said defendant, iqion the 
grounds of d^mion. 

And an af fidavk having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a ncm- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia the last known 
post office address bdng: 
Johnston Street, 
Smithfield. North 
Carolina. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 7th of 
September. 1978. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in thb 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy Clerk. 

Michael E. Grey. p.q. 

Suite 215. 160 Newtown 

Road 

Virginia Beach. VA.. 

23462 

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I5th of September. 19|B. 
««d do what may 
Mcessary to protect 
iiM^iniit in this suit. 

A cc^y-Teste: John 

fmnn 

lyf^^Patti A. Keeneh^t. 
D^Mtyan'k. 



Fktilk E.Butler. 111. p.ci 

2aOVir^nUBe%chBlv 

Vir^aBoch.VA. 

VBS 8/2. 8/9. 8/16. 8/2 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



I 



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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In the ao-k's Office of 
tiie Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
VA.. on the 21st day of 
July, 1978. 

Brenda L. Edison. 

Plaintiff. 

agiinit 
William Edison. 

Defendant. 

Hie object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the groimds of one-year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
residat of tiie ^te of 
Vi^intai, the last known 
post office ad(h-ess bdng: 
920 Ch«enflM>unt Avoue, 
Baltimore, MD. 21202. It 
is ordered that he do 
apfteu on or before the 
11th of September. 1978. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Tette: John V. 

Fmtiress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Dqxityao'k. 

WadeP.Bettis,Jr..p.q. 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

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OKDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In tiie Oa-k's Offia of 
tiM Circuit Court of tte 
dty of Vi^nia Bodi, 
Va., on the Ifth (by of 
July, 1978. 

Oieryl Jane WiKxtall. 
nuntiff. 

D^ius Ray Woodidl, 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 26th day of 
July. 1978. 

Patricia A. NiedeHuith. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Wayne L.Niederliiilh. 

Defendant. 

The object of tiOmiitiil* 
obtain a divorce a yiimi» ^ 
matrimonii from till mM 
dafendaiUi »PQII> -M^' 
gftHndi<of a^pviipB'for <" 
mbrt-kbiti ^ oiie yNT « 
continuously wlthoM 
cohabitation and wltiioitt 
interruption. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed tiMt 
the defendant is a ncm- 
resident of tiie State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addi^ss b^g: 
Office of the Chi^daiii,. 
Nav. Reg. Med. Can.. 
Great Lakes. Illinoi»« 
60088. It is ordered tiiat he 
do appear on or befcHre tike 
15th of September. 1978. 
and do what may be 
necessary to pr(Mect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Dieputya«r1(. 

Raymond H. Strople. p.q. 
P.O. Box 1138 
Portsmouth. VA. 23705 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk's Office of 
tiie Circuit Court of the 
aty of VirtfiOa Beach. 
Virginia on ^ 26tii di^r 
of July. 1978. 

JanMS Robert Boettiger. 

Plaintiff. 

a^unst 

Susan AntMte Bottigw, 

DefoMlant. 

Hie (^ject of tiiis nA is 
to obtun a divorce a 
vinculo matrimoid frmn 
the sud def^datt upon 
the grounds of amnatton 
for im>re than cmtyitr. 

And an ilA^vi^ 
having be^ natff ami 
filed tiiat tiie dnfWidim it 
a non-resi<tent of the fttte 
of Virginia, the last 
known p<^t o^oe ad(to^ 
bdng: 4536 WeM C^ron. 
GfemUe. Arizoat «S302. 
It is or(^ed tM Ae dfh 
appar on or Mm t^ 



In tiie Clerk's Office |>f 
tiie Orcuit Court of 
City of Virginia Bad 
VA.. on the 25th day f>f 
July, 1978. 

Kenneth MiUs Roxbur^ 

Jr.. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Catherine Anfe 

Shewdiuck Roxburgh. 

Defradut. 

The object of this suit j 
to c^ain a divorce 
mensa et thoro to 
merged upon propff 
aiHiUntion into a divor 
a ^ncuk) matrimonii froiai 
the said defendant, up^ 
the grounds of deserti<9i, 
of Cmnplainant by t|i 
Re^^ondent on Novemb|r 

1.1W7. |.; 

.i^iuitffldavithavli|| 

' and filed th|t 

It is a noi' 

0f the Sute |f; 

&m last kn(w|i 

ad^bros bdns 

4M fiMMtce Memori^ 

mikmi^, Nd)ras|a 
h ii ordered di|t 
on or bef(^ 
t$0 \0i of Septemb#, 

Mtm to prot»(^!hk 
MiMta this suit. ^ 

A aifiF-Teste: John i» 






9m Patti A. Keenehaf. 
Depmy Clerk. 

I 
Stiftan R. Margulidj. 

P^. I 

T^MBty-oine Seld<ii 

Anide «| 

Noftelk,VA. r 

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t- 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION if: 

VIRGINIA: IN 
CXERK'S OFFICE 
THE CIRCUIT 
OF THE CITY 
VnOINU BEACH. 
THI 24U> DAY of 

im, 

to re: Ad^on of 
B^ No. 26016 and 
of name to RAM; 
KtYAN DUDLEY 

By: DANIEL SHI 
DUDLEY 
CAROLYN RAMS] 
DUDLEY, 
Pfltitioaan 

TO: JOHN DOI 
Unknown Natural Fa 
Address Unknown 

'nisdaycaoMD) 
SHIFP DUDLEY 
CAROLYN RAM! 
DUDLEY, Petitioni 
and rqmsemed that 
object of lids pre 
is to effea ^ Ktoptim I 
tH0cm mm»d fail 
Biiif^$G^ No. 26016 
^Iti/^' of name 
ft^SEY BRYAl 
by D> 
DUDLEY ai 
CiUlDLYN RAMSEf 
DUMAY. husband 
iMrMliffldavk 
hmkmuh and filed 

mm ncffi, a 




■■■■■«■ 



Virginia BMdi Public Notices cont'd 



/\ 



of Virginia, the last 
known p<»t office address 
being: Unknown. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said JOHN DOE 
*|4}pear before this Court 
on or before the 7th day of 
September, 1978, and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
«loption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
ivotect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Ckputy Clerk. 

R. Stanley Hudgins, p.q. 
1102 First & Merchants 
BankBldg. 
Norfolk, VA. 23510 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 1ST DAY OF 
AUGUST, 1978 

CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, VIRGINIA, 
A Municipal Corporation, 
Complainant, 

vs. 

JOSEPH A. SIMONS 

a/k/a JOSEPH A. 

SIMON a/k/a JOS. A 

SIMON a/k/a J.A. 

SIMON, Address 

Unknown, and this 

I defendant's cons<^, if 

I any there be, whose names 

I are also unknown, and if 

I the defendants be dead, 

I their surviving consorts, if 

I any there be, the 

I defendant's children, if 

any there be, their heirs at 

law, next of kin, 

devisees, l^tees, 

personal repr^nO^*^'*^ 

lien creditors, and the lien 

creditors of any heirs or 

devisees, and any other 

person or corporation 

having any interest in the 

subject matter of this suit, 

all of whose names and 

post office addresses are 

completely unknown; and 

that all said parties are 

hereby made parties 

defendant to this 

proceeding by the general 

description of "PARTIES 

DEFENDANT," 
Defendants 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said Complainant 
to enforce its Uoi for taxes 
andtosellforthe|»yment 
of certain ^linquent taxes 
the real estate described at 
the end of this Order of 
Publication, same being 
locat«l in the City of 
Virginia Beach, State of 
Virginia. 

And an Affidavit 
having been made and 
ffled that the Defendam is 
unknown as to 
wh^eabouts, ackbes and 
tocaticm, ak^N)^ due 
dili^nce has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
Complaimnt, its agoits 
and attiM^iys, to Mcortain 

' the county <x corporation 
in whkh the said 
Defeiulant is raiding, but 
without effect, the last 
known post office address 
of the sakl DtfaOtat 
bd^ unknown ud 
uiuivttkMe;itk 

ORDERED tlMt he do 
appear imt on «■ before 
the 21st ^day of September, 
1978 and do mim may be 

^^Wllij to fn^Kt his 
i|^^ in this suit. 

OFREALESATE 

AU THCWE CERTAIN 

hMt, ^cw or p^sA of 

*^d ktmtA m Y^m^ 

^mA, Vif^nM, known. 



numbered and designated 
as Lots 1 and 2, in Block 
1 19, and Lots 5,6 and 7, in 
Block 121, on the Plat of 
Lakewood, property of 
Virginia Beach Realty 
Corporation, dated June 
22, 1925, made by 
Clodfelder and Schisler, 
Engineers, which said map 
is duly recorded in the 
Clerk's Office in Map 
Book 7. at Page 100; 
reference is hereby made 
to said plat for a more 
particular description 
thereof. 

IT BEING THE SAME 
property conveyed to Jos. 
A. Simon a/k/a Joseph 
A. Simon by deed of 
Virginia Beach Realty 
Corporation dated 

September 5, 1925 for 
Lots 5, 6 and 7, in Block 
121, and September 2, 
1925, for Lots 1 and 2, in 
Block 1 1 9N^d__^ duly 
recorded in Deed Bbok 
130, at Page 502, for Lots 
5, 6 and 7, and Deed Book 
128, at Page 426, for Lots 
land 2. 

A COPY TESTE: John V. 

Fentress, Clerk. 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Larry Wise, p.q. 

P.O. Box 15142 

Chesapeake, VA. 23320 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 10th day of 
August, 1978. 

C^thia June Sheldon 

Ihnry, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
1682 Dylan Drive, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462. It is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
2nd of October, 1978, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Dq)utyaa-k. 

Claude Michael 

Scialdone, p.q. 
324 London Blvd. 
<^e Towne, Portsmouth. 
VA. 23704 

VBS 8/16, 8/23, 8/30. 9/6 
ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia B^ch, on 
the 9th day of August, 
1978. 

David Walter George, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

^uamie Louise 

Timmerman George, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
moisa et thoro from the 
nid defendant upon the 
grounds of willful 
(teertion or 

idonment. 
And an affidavit having 
made and filed that 
defendant is a non- 
r^ident of the State of 



Virginia, but that her last 
known post office address 
was 273 Citation Drive, 
Virginia Beach, Virginfai. 
It is ordered that Suzanne 
Louise Timmerman 

George do appear on or 
before the 29th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



LEGAL NOTICE 

TAKE NOTICE THAT ON AUGUST 25, 1978 at 10:00 
A.M. AT THE PREMISES OF Tidewater 
AMC/ Jeep/Honda, 3152 Virginia Be»;h Boulevard, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23452, the undersigned will 
sell at public auction, for cash, reserving unto itself the 
riid^t to bid, the following motor vehicles: 



DESCRIPTION 
1976Maudor 



A copy-Teste: John V. 1975 Jeep 

Fentress, Clerk 

^: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 



SERIAL 

A6C167P136884 

J6A93EA021122 

AMC/ JEEP 




Whiteman & Yon, p.q. 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 23502 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Couri of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 3rd day of 
August, 1978. 

Sarah H. Larmour, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Robert Baker Larmour, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of Constructive 
Desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Route 3, Box 490, Bassett, 
Virginia 24055. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 25th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Nathaniel J. Cohen, p.q. 

P.O. Box 572 

P.O. Box 573 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23451 

VBS 8/16, 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 10th day of 
August, 1978. 

Betty Jean Fentress, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Euphus Amos Fentress, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said the defendant, 
upon the grounds of one 
year separation. 

And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant's 
last known post office 
address is 2936 Holland 
Road, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and that due 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
phuntiff to ascertain in 
what county or 
corporation the defendrat 
is, without effect. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 2nd of 
October. 1978, a^ do 
what may be neceuary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-T«te: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keeiehan, 

Dq}uty Oo-k. 

Fornt A. N^er, p.q. 

DqNUtnmit of Social 

Services 

Munici|Ml Cento*, 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

VBS 8/16, 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 



TIDEWATER 

TIDEWATER AMC/ JEEP/HONDA 



F.C. Rice 
Comptroller 



VBS 8/16 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 



The regular meeting of the Cbuncil of Viiginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Administration Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday, August 
28, 1978, at 5:30 p.m., at which time the following 
applications wiU be heard: 



CHANGE OF 

CLASSIFICATION 



ZONING 



DISTRICT 



PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

1. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Lakeside 
Construction Corporation for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from R-3 Residential District to 
R-6 Residential District on ceriain property located 
755.05 feet East of Ocmiu Boulevard beginning at a 
point 1642.58 feet North of„ Princess Aime Road, 
running a distance of 1261.43 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 810 feet along the 
Northern property line, running a distance of 550 feet in 
a Southerly direction, running a distance of 282 feet in a 
Westerly direction, rimning a distance of 320.53 feet in 
a Southerly direction and running a distance of 553.69 
feet along the Southon property line. Said parcel 
contains 18.2 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

2. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Lakeside 
Construction Corporation for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from B-2 Community-Business 
District to R-6 Residential District on (xrtain property 
looited 1340 feet East of Oceana Boulevard beginning 
at a point 2084.51 feet North of Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 385.51 feet along the Western 
property line, nuuing a distance of 1841.67 feet along 
the Northern propoty line, running a distance of 70 feet 
along the Eastern property liiw and running a distance 
of 1775.20 feet along the Southern property line. Said 
parcel contains 11 acres. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

3. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Lakeside 
Constructioa Corporation for a Change of Zoning 
District Ckusification from AG-1 Agricultural District 
to R-6 R^idential District on certain property located 
1520 fwt more or less East of 0<^uia Boulevard 
beginning at a point 2430 feet more or less North of 
Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 1587.03 feet 
along the Southern property line, running a distance of 
1120 feet along the Eastern propoty line, nmning a 
distance of 2117.70 feet along the Northern property 
line, running a distance of 550 fe^ in a Southeasterly 
direction and running a distance of 550 feet in a 
Southerly direction. Said parcel contains 34.8 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Anriication of Lakeside 
Construction Corporation for a Chan^ of Zoning 
District Classification from AO-1 Agrkultural District 
to R-9 Residential Townhou^ EMstrict on CCTtain 
property located 3100 feet more or len East of Ooeana 
Boulevard beginning at a point 210 feA more or less 
North of Proposed False Capt Parkway, runnii^ a 
distance of 1015 feet along tlw Waton propaly line, 
running a distance of 610 feet along the NcHihem 
propaty Vne, running a dista^e of 1075 feA more or 
leu along the Eastern propoty line and running a 
distance of 730 feet along the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 16.5 acres. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

5. 

An Odinance upon Api^ication of Lakeside 
Constnuni(m Corporation for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from AG-1 ^^icultimd IMstrict 
to R-5 Residential District on omain propoly located 
38% feet Bum or Ins East of Oceana Boutevard 
b^inning at a point 35 feet a^ or kss North of 
Proposed False Cape Parkway, running a distance of 
1245 fe^ along the Western ff^foty line, running a 
dotanee of 1594.^ fett in a Northeasterly dirwtran, 
runaii^ a distance of 1294.83 fe^ in a Southw«ta-ly 
dire^on, running a distance of 596.70 feet in a 
N<»thtiresterly direction, runniflg a di^an« of 975.50 
feet in a Southwesterly cUrectioft and running a distant 
of 3% fen along the Southon pi^Mrty Um. Said parcel 
contains 26.5 acres. PRINCESSitftD^ BOROUGH. 

6. 

An Ordinancx upon AppUoition of Lakoide 
CoMtn^on D}rp(wation f(»^Oun^ of ZcMdof 
l^trict Cla»ifiation from AO-I /^cultural V^ikA 
to B-2 Cc»ununity-Busin«s District on (xrtmn propoty 



locat«l 3100 feet more or Ins East of Ooeana Boulevvd 
be^nning at a point 60 feet more or less NcNrth of 
Proposed False Cape Parkway, ninnii^ a dteance of 
105 feet along the Western property line, niuing a 
distance of 730 feet along the Northern pnqmty Une, 
running a distance of 170 feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a distance of 726 feet along 
the Southern property line. Said parcel contains 2.3 
acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

7. 

An Ordiiiance upon Application of Lakeside 
Construction Corporation for a Chan^ of Zoning 
District Classification from R-3 Residmtid District to 
B-2 Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the North side of Princess Anne Road 
beginning at a point 330 more or less East of Oceana 
Boulevard, running a distance of 787.89 feet along the 
North side of Princess Anne Road, running a distance 
of 2055.99 feet along the Eastern property line, running 
a distance of 553.69 feet along the Northo-n property 
line and running a distance of 1622.32 fMt along the 
Western property line. Said parcel contains 24.5 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

8. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Lakeside 
Construction Corporation for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from B-2 Contmunity-Busuiess 
District to R-6 Residential District on certain ivopmy 
located on the North side of Sandbridge Road beginning 
at a point 1300 feet more or less East of Painters Lane, 
running a distance of 1087 feet more or less along the 
North side of Sandbridge Road, ruiming a distance of 
4554.34 feet along the Eastern propoty Une, running a 
distance of 783.93 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 327.70 fMt in a Northerly 
direction, running a distance of 1460 feet more or less in 
a Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 320 feet 
in a Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 250 
feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 
2500 feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 140 feet in a Southwe^rly t&rection. running 
a distance of 765 feet in a Southwestnly direction, 
running a distance of 1306.55 feet in a Smitheasterly 
direction and running a distance of 612.17 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction. Said parcel contains M0.4 
acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

9. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Lakeside 
Construction Corporation for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from R-4 Residoitial District to 
R-6 Residential District on certain propaty located 800 
feet more or less North of Sandbridge Ro«ul b^inning 
at a point 885 feet more or less Northwest of Entrada 
Drive, running a distance of 1370 feet along the 
Southern property line, running a distance of 1241 feet 
along the Western property line, running a distance of 
1 195 feet more or less along the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 925 feet more or less along the 
Western property line. Said pared contains 32 aores. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUOK. 

10. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Lakeside 
Construction Corporation for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from R-4 Residential District to 
R-5 Residential District on certain propoty located on 
the North side of Sandbridge Road beginning at a point 
258.41 feet West of Entrada Drive, ninnli^ a di^ance 
of 303.73 feet along the North side of Sandbridge Road, 
running a distance of 1255 feet more or less in a 
Northerly direction, running a distance of 1635 feet 
more or less in a Northwesterly dire^ioa, running a 
distance of 492.36 feet in a Northaly directi<Hi, running 
a distance of 1577.58 feet along the Northon property 
line and running a distance of 2347.46 feet along the 
Eastern property line. Said parcel contains 40 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 

Petition of Corporate Designs, Ltd., for a Change of 
Zoning District Classification from R-6 Residential 
District to 0-1 Office District on certain property 
located at the Northwest comer of 36th Street and 
Padfic Avenue, running a distance of 150 feet along the 
West side of Pacific Avenue, nmning a distance of 125 
feet along the Northern propeHy line, running a 
distance of 150 feet along the Weston propoty line and 
miming a distance of 125 foet along the Nwth side of 
36th Street. Said pared contains 18,750 square feet. 
VIRGINLk BEACH BOROUGH. 

Plats with more detailed information are a^ulable in the 
DqMrtment of Plaiming. 

Richard J. Webbon 
CityCtork 

VBS 8/9, 8/16 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 8th day of 
August, 1978. 

Judith Kay Scharle, 

Plaintiff, 

agafam 

Jmeph M. Scharle, II, 

Defenctant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a dlvm-ce a 
vinculo matrimmii from 
the said defendant, upm 
the grMiMis of sqwretioh 
for more than one year. 

AikI an affidavit having 
bnn nwde and filoi that 
the (^oidint is a non- 
rnident of the State of 



Vir^aia, the tut ingmn 
post office addreH btbfg: 
1475 Qmytm Cove L^, 
A|Mrtm«it 36, Ofden, 
Utah 88401. It is oidered 
that he do appoir on or 
before the 28th of 
Sq^^bo-, 19^, uid do 
what RHQT b0 Decenary to 
preset his IntCTest in thte 
suit. 

A copy-Teitc: John V. 

Foitress 

By: Patti A. Keendwi, 

Dq^tyChrk 

fty<» f.Kk^tpd, p.q. 
ffi^ A Ovwfofd ^reds 
P.O. I^tiwer 19 

PortflMuth,VA.237M 

VBS 8/16, 8/23. 8/30. 9/6 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Vir^nia Beach, 
VA., on the 9th day of 
August, 1978. I 

Robert Lee Carroll, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Rose Nobey Carroll, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a ^ 
vinculo matrimonii frcnn 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of cruelty 
tantamount to 

constructive desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
residoit of the State of 
Virginia, since after a 
diligent search the 
complainant has been 
unable to locate the 
defendant at her last 
known address; to-wit: 
947 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
Triangle Trailer Court, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
It is ordered that she do 
appaa on or before the 
29th of September, 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

oieputy Clerk. 

James A. Gorry, III, p.q. 
P.O. Box 626 

Virginia Beach, VA. 
23451 

VBS8/16, 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 11th day of 
August, 1978. 

J«MtOndi0vac Wilson, | 

Pbintiff, 

against 

Patrick G.Wilson, 

Defoidant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upoif 
the grmmds of havii^ 
li¥ed separate and apart 
with<wt cohabitation ai^ 
without uitemipdon since 
January 5, 1977, a period 



of time in occess of one^ 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Vurginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
CPW - 5 TSC, NAS, 
Brunswick, Maine. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 2nd of 
October, 1978, and do 
what may be necnsary to 
proted his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keendian, 

I>q)utyClCTk. 

Mrs. Jand B. Burt, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23451 

VBS 8/16. 8/23, 8/30. 9/6 



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you have goods or services 
to trade. Please call 426- 
6821. 96 

PARTY? Ut "Pixie" the 
magician entertain your 
guests of children and/or 
parties, churchn, schools, 
company dinners, etc. 
Clowns available. 833- 
88S2 tf 

MAGIOUARN.froma 

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profit and prestige. Low 

rates. All ages. 853-8832. 

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461-9105 

587-3002 



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SHARE-A-PLACE. If 

you have a i^ux or are 
looking for a pl«x to 
share with someone who 
is compatible call 486- 
8328. 830 

AFGANS-hand knit. 
Your chdce of oilors. 
Priced by size. 
Reasonable. Order now 
for Christmas presenu. 
464-2649. 830 

THE FANNY D. WN- 
NEY Evangelistic Hour 
may be heard every Satur- 
day at I p.m. on WPCE 
1400 AM dial. For prayer 
and Christian counseling 
dial 623-9052. tf 




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YARD HAVEN .Yarn 
and needlecraft - sidewUk 
sale. Savings to SO 
percent. Fridays A 
Saturdays. BeLo 
Shopping Center. l9iore 
Dr. Great Neck Road. 
481-0935. tf 

ILLNESSES, BIRTH- 
DAYS. ANNIVei' 
SAHES MADE brighter 
with fresh tkmtn, green 
planu. $3.00 delivered. 
Weddings-funerals. 
POH'S Hickory Fknlst. 
Satisfaction guarantMd. 
547-7548. 823 



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drop a Mm ia th t cImsHW 

iMWiWMr. Your ditrifM ad It 
part of the hosMtofa am thei 
everybody wMMs 10 Ni|l ai wil 
attheaewofthawi— Mially. 



V-W, m4 DASHER. 4 

door sedan. Good 
conditioa. Going 

ovwscai. Mutt idl 
$2,500,430-3694. 830 



IfHRpickEaMeWBioa. 

Limited, fully kiaded, new 
tires, most lell^nake 
offer. 6224532 or 
evevinit 428-7706/62^ 
9491. 96 

FORD GALAXIE 

9III974. AM Radio. FtiUy 
equhMd. $3000 miles, 
eri^aal owaar, like new, 
$2.i».Cldl4•^3775. 96 

DAT8QN 1974 B 21§, 
All-FM. 4 speed, good 
conditio. "Used but not 
abusfd." Reliable 
trapsportation, $1700. 
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M0TO9CYCLE FOR 

SALEOimatti Moped. 
MiiMtf^i motor with 
btikea. lightweight. 55 
M.P.Gm 3.200 miles. 
V.O.C. $300. negotiable. 
622-09SS weekdays-547- 
4571. 816 



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CHRY^JER-^ Passengo-. 
Town * Country Wagon, 
air conditioaiag cruise 
control, mechanically 
perftc^ pew tires, drives 
baawtiAiUy. $4,100 firm. 
581-1396. tf 



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WELFARE SUPPORT 
ENEOnCEMENT HELD 
SUPOIViSOR B- 

Aficredited college grad 
with nuUor in b^inMs 
administration. social 
work, public 

adminittnttifm. or other 
related Adds ft 4 yrs. 
exp^ence in busfaiess or 
publis administration, 
social work, or related 
areas. Related grad study 
may substitute for 
experience on an equal 
time . basis, and added 
comparable experience 
rdevant to dudes of 
position may aubetitute 
fw no eduction on an 
equal time basis. Must be 
willing to work hi Va. 
Beach, Va. As vacancies 
occur an[>licants will be 
ctmsidered as they become 
eligible. SaUry range 
$15.675-S21.400. State 
appikations(G.O.FORM 
P-12) available from local 
Va. Emidoymoit 

Commissions ft Va. 
Office of Recruitment ft 
ExuniiuUion and must be 
received by 5:00 P.M.. 
August 21, 1978, at Va. 
Office of Recruitment ft 
Exanrination, 817 E. 
I^ankUn St.. Richmond, 
Va. 23219. An equal 
' opportunity emidoyer. 136 

WE WANT YOU TO 

have wh«t you wanti 
Moiwy! Recognitiim! 
Opportunity for 

advancementl Prestige of 
repriesenting the best! 
FlesilHlity in your work 
schedttlel H^cet return 
on your mvestmott. A 
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cause there are always people ready 
to buy. They may not luipw you 
have it to sell if you don't i^ertise. 
So oiU today, and watch tte fast 
faults. 



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CALL 6254543 

(TTYFOR DEAF ^2-7689) 

The 
Infnrmation 

%MtuBol Hampton Moacls 



Beadi rerideoU taitereited 
hi driving for private 
sidKKd. Excdlmt 

ORiortunity for anyone' 
uitereitcd m part time 
era^oynsat and public 
sen^oa. Good pay. 
rCTnjthitf training 

provided apfdy hi iterton. 
Mmihiy thru Friday, 9-12 
am and 1-4 pm, A.R.A., 
TnmspMtation, 2330 East 
Princess Aniw Rd., 
Nwfolk, second floor. 
E.O.E. 96 

TELEPHONE ioU- 
CATOBS-We need four 
pe(^ and a supovisor to 
obtirin leads for saks 
people. Must have two 
years experioice in 
tdei^ioae soliciting. Top 
Pay. InexpCTienced need 
not apply. Can 48^2148. 
96 

RESPONsmi piit- 

SON o to assbt with sales, 
maiM^mait, pronmion. 
Ckeu career possibilities. 
Equal <^>portunity. Call 
463-2021 for 

^tpoi^nent. Askew A 
Assoc. tf 

UNUSUAL OPPORT- 
UNITY -ambitious pers<Hi 
who (Mres top 
lituiaimait poriUon 
wftto 5 yens. Unlimited 
Earning p(Mentttl. &pial 

393-1921. 89 



SALES-HOLIIIAY 
MAGIC COBMETICS- 

Oivorti^y to admoee to 
maaagement. Liberal 

Wefmet area. O^ 467- 
<M0 No iavestmeat 
reqrired. 

tf 



TWO PEOPLE NEEDED 

fw oewsp^ier circulation 
routes. We will pay 20-p«r 
mile plus S2.65 per tour tt 
service coin boxes one day 
each week in OiesiNPsake 
or Va. Beach. Ideti for 
housewife or retired 
porscm. Appr. 8 hmirs per 
route. Equal Oppmtunity 
Employer. Report in 
person to Chesapeake 
Post 1024 Battlefield 
Blvd., Chesapeake, 
Virginia. No ph(«e calls 
jAaix. tf 

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CLERK TYPIST-foi 

msiuance agmcy. Ma^e. 
must be willing to team 
Call for appointment 
547-5555. 82: 

DISTRIBUTORS NEtD 
ED FOR hrane parties 
ISxoef^ooai commisno 
and bonuses. Ptill/pai 
tune. No experioic 
needed. We trahi. 468 
6939. 425-1542. 425-890f 
81 

GROCERY 8T0CI 

CLEKKS needed to fi 
part-time sdiethU* 

ExpCTioice not heoessai 
apply to Vahk Pa 
Stores, Churchlan< 
Contact manager Dav 
Bromley. 8 

ABDRIVERSDAY ( 

NIGHT shifts. H 
dworko^ will k»n g< 
mon^t Diamond Ti 
Vlrgiiya BMch. Call r 
Bragg, 464-3289. 



RESPONSIBLE PI 
SON to a^st w^ sa 
fl^M^Mtt, prtHnoti 
Cheat cibaer posubiUti 
Bqnal c^wrtuiUty. ( 
463-aOll 

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^Mta# in mid-Attg 
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NViO. ^ Women in- 
i wrwtei towniiiUMOto 
I $m fwkly. Pan time 

9177 for q^>^li^Mm. tf 



Piano teacher- 

Experiencsd. Deiiret 
NMh- ittKhmtt. JokA 
SdMMn a^ied twight, 

has. IU«oiiaMe ratcs#Af- 
ter«K)0.Cyi4i»-7447. tf 



'■ TVnNQ wMited qny 

' iiQMt> Expuifuoed tj^pitt. 

WmMi work at Ikmm. CtU 

1 4»^. tf 

t KMniAITS.IiHttck>a 

< perink ift oUs, of ywir 

'^ nrifontc poioo from a 

1 ykblqpfiq^. Thqr make 

t idee ;^liu. Rcaaooable 

3 rata. Experiamd. C^ 

: 4».7447. tf 

^■9U8£ SitTEK ^ 

Etiiable, local former 
1 teMher will houie-iit 
■^ rmbrt home tii|$ suauner. 
- Wdl give loviai careisian- 

ti-aaim«li. Referepcei. 
.^ C^ 1.703-3S2-6S10 or 
f 411-1207. tf 

■' AtTEIATIONS-Meii't 

iari Wonmn'« dothing. 
• itflttoni^le i^cei. Fait 
' Mrvioe. Please call Jane 

Alilicrr4C7-9S6S; tf 



CAUCO CAT4 weeks 

<M, free to a good home, 

female. Please call 417- 

,«777. g!6 

COCEEI SPANIEL 

PUPPIES- an buff. AKC 
registered with papers. 
Had dKM^. Bred fw good 
tempermeQt. 7 weeks, 
$lte.423-St32. 816 

'Srr. lESNASDi- 2 years 
old, bMutiful. Free to 

,bushie» or family who 
oeedr excellent wittdid<v 
Haf good disposition. 
424-2010. 816 

GEftMAN 6HEPAIIO 
PUP82 nice litters to 
diooee from, Champkm. 
E.R.E.O. Line. Terms. 
488-8083. tf 

MINATUKE COLLIE, 

female, tess than a year 
oM. Free to alo^ good 
hoAc-Loves peopicl 
PleaseCaU49M442. I|6 

ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES. 6 






-' EJt.l.C.-Eariy , R^ire- 
meat Investment dub. 

'^'- iBMst.a saiaB amount of 
mdney ud receive a k^ 

-' ntam. Ci^ for interview. 

■< OiyM25-8906AI2S-lM2. 

; N^468-6939. 96 

^' IcET , INTO THE 
'^IXCtTlNG; world of 
^ Oiiaddlh breeding. Small 
''I faivestmeal,' litffe retum. 
' For app6teitment 4^^3278 
•' i wH wtu ^^ao aaa 7:30^ 

0.4,m , -^PS'^tf 



papin, 88t Jl aadi. 421- 
Mii aflsr S> Bolh parsBii 
are oeslMrt tree dofs. tf 



1>jn. 



d MSnUUTORSHlP- 

s FAST GROWING Salet 
t: blHfaicst nee(b leaders 
iriio can wcvk wdt with 
71 padN*' Excellent Income 
^: potMttal, rei^ P.O. Box 
V. tlQO. Chesapeake. V«. 
b 23320. tf 






lEAL 
UttnTUTE 

ynciMA 



ESTATE 

OF 

BEACH 



IRISH SETTER 

PUPPffiS-S mules, AKC 
Registered. Price 
negotiable. 420-762S. tf 

QOBEBMAN PUP8- 

AEC rei^eied. Excdlnit 
bloodUntt. ChampltHishq) 
ierilage. Priced to sdl. 
622-4433. DaUy, 627-2904 
after 3 p.m. 830 

^A»«e KfCTEN;ftp»l|. 
M^htte- blaefc qK>t. 
Healthy, affeaioniue. 6 
week! oM, "I wiU pay to 
Iwve spayed." Needs good 
home • I'm allergic! 488- 
6683. 830 

BOBERMAN PUPS • 
ARC REGISTERED-a 

nmlei|^k.and tan; 2 
fematos^ed and rust; 2 
fetnales-black and fan. 
Excellent bloodlines'. 
Championship heritage. 
Priced to seU. 622^33- 
daUy., after 3 - 427.29M. 
823 



Sidc9crsoiM/Broken 
HccM^pi^MUory course 
'Ai«ust 14. 

^ MKi^ita/Ractioes 
'* oowse A^pist . 21, 428- 
: 7819/481-1072. 830 



.|PUP'8Ceramics. Cer- 
^'til^ Duncan Teacher. 
CMiplete line Duncan 
,^pr<Mlucti. Oreenware. 
. Fliltt^ Uid^ pfks. ^«e 
^tibc|toier?s CkkSies. ^13' 
' POttenlkMui. 463-0437. tf 




, OIR^flr OAMCB 
;STUOIO-Now^Qptl. 

Openings Special - 3< 
tettOBs^. laiiWiOTe 
Aw., : 420jM» Vlsitt^ 
wslcMw. **Deara«o be^ 
tf 



yBiMMMLIIUSiaAH 

«tt?M» aft <««<* «f 
PMiKli fism hi tay hdme 
arycnn. 4644317. alter 6 
pm. ilO 

PIMtO fUMWC««E- 



spaiiM9.CaV#%a«if 
ttfUiilUENCEB OR- 




w-^fi. 




OASRWALNUT FURN- 
ITURE. glassware, 
picture frames, 

NASEMOND ANTI- 
(^JES. 1220 N. Main St.. 
Suffolk. 33M269 tf 

- '"i 1— - 

OFFICE DESX8*wood. 
food condition, $23; 
Office chain-reasonably 
priced. Call 4^Mt32». 816 

i I »■ 11 M illl^Mi I ■ I I ' ■ 

ALLffPBSOripWR 

lAiD Mfetttmani and bar 
eqtipaiem. Co^ to Dbde 
Scaled «ic. IMS Omby 
Sti«et.Gril 623-7073. tf 

AIR CONOITIWER- 

f.OOO BTU.good 
condition, works well. 
ReverM Cycle. S73. 
CuMim oude. 4224^. 

cii PHONE-By 
Motorola'. execUeai 
condition, originally 
ll JOO wfll sm:^ for 
tl«». $14.00 Hmmy 

4»ma. 823 

eUSTOii Plt^TVRE 
FRAMklWS EQUIP. 

M»IT.faKhMlci Iwgfc dry 
Btvtm ptmi and 60" 

opfMviiMttty-iftnM iM; 

siaoo^^sitt. m 

DAVW SMlftt 

MMPITAL BI»-it«Ml 
leas Am 2 waris. M^ 
e(Mtf ie^ ex.teUent . 
co^Mnii SiOO m bm 
ofteO^MOi. 823 



CHUKai*S ANTIQUES 
R ffiLUNG POST. At 

Wok HaU. 3029 EaM Piin- 
eeu Anne Road. 20 per- 
cent off with thu advcr- 
ds^«nt. Phase call 833- 
9348. tf 

MIRROR RESILVER. 
IW^ree esttai^. Quick 
Serlice. reasMaMe Drices. 
Fime pick-up and ddlvery. 
40-2334. tf 

.' ' *> ■ ' ' ■ ' "■ ., — ' 

ikOit't ANTIQUES • 
19^ Laffette Avenue. We 
buy and isil. Used and an- 
tiqae fttfnityre. 623-9624 
oti37-6710^sh(V. Dealer, 
tf 



COUNTRY STYLE 
ANflQUES-Monday 

FridQf 10-3 ftttur^y and, 
SuifdiV by ^qMintmoit. 
2339 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
at London Bridge. 481- 
2380.340-3192. tf 



LOVE SEAT R 
MATCHING CHAIR, 

green and ydhm pfaud, 
bnuid new-sacrifice S130; 
complete 20 gal. 
aquarium, filter, 
backdrop, make offer. 
481-4113. 816 



TlilEWATER Sew Vac, 
2710 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard; 340-3481 or 
6Stt East bidian Uvtr 
Road, 420-3803. Recon- 
ditimied ^Ascuums (9.93 
up. Kirby service. tf 

AMANA REIRIGERA- 
TOR-22 cu. ft., side Iqr 
side, excdlat condition, 
$330. or best offer. 420- 
1006. 823 



1 WHITE FREEZER, 
good comUtionJ- $133.00. 

2 dudrs, $7.30, I r^ular 
siie bed. $12.00, 1 electric 
oven (roticery) $23.00. 1 
inlaid card ubie. $20.00, 2 
green shu nigs ^.00 
each, ^dlv^lmraon. 
Pfetures, all rizes, 
rcMonable prices. 489- 
7447. tf 



YARD SALE-August 19 
ft 20, 9 am to 6 pm, 3220 
Chib House Rd. Roll top 
desk, tnior t.v., small 
qpp^moes . antique 

buffet, lamps, curtains, 
books, dug carpetmg. 
Check Ibices. 816 



FLEA MARKET No. 3, 

3313 South Military 
Highuwy. Op«a Rlday, 
Satuntey, Sunday rafy 10- 
6. Inside stalls and table 
set-ups for rent. 28 stalls 
to serve you. Free ad- 
mission. 487-9803. 
tf 

*»N. a^i J I ■ 

FLEA MARKET-Shore 
Drive-In Tteatre. Route 
dOit tey Bridge Tunnel. 
(^)en Saturdaysl Sorry 
Oosed Sundays-See you 
Simdays at No«f dk Drive- 
in. 481-3872. tf 



WANTED TO 

BUY:Wlndow screeat- 
46H X 23M - six needed. 
Please caH Joan • 481^ 
3478. tf 

* 

WBray dimmnfe and any 
type of tcM. 461-^61. 
Dealer. tf 

WICKER FURNITURE- 

dd teUoned, any &m- 
<ttteB, need bf^n jj^wn 
t» pw». IMtt do i^Urs. 
CaU46(-8m. tf 



P|AMQS-N^ and loed. 
ffiirtt/funiB^i^lwririi^/ 

Pn^ ft Teflion Mmo 
WaiMioMe. SSU^^UHcng 
E. Virrtm Beach Hvd. 
«0-l^. tf 



NORVIEW Rare Coins • 
Norfolk's most C(Mnptete. 
Buy. s^. trade. Buying 
silver coins. 42 Southon 
Shopping Center. Nor- 
folk. 833-81 18. tf 



MOUNTAIN HOME 
GROWN APPLES ft 
PEACHES-have just 
arrivedl Full line of fresh 
daily ixoduc^Cheap. Ask 
for Pop. 487-9826. 96 

PEACHESWenger Orc- 
hards-$3.23 peck. C^>en 
104:30. Qosed Sundays. 
4 miles nst of Great 
Bridge. 1633 Mt. Pleasant 
Rd., Chesapeake. 482- 
1364. tf 

ATWOOD'S FRESH 
SEAFOOD. 1724 San- 
dbridge Road. We have 
Croaker, Trout. Bluefish, 
Whiting, Cat flsh. Clams, 
Crate, and Scallops. Call 
426-7830. tf 

FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily, green's 

Seafood Market. At the 

Farmer's Market of 

Virginia Beach. Call 427- 

3374. 

Open 9-6 daily. tf 

OYSnXS - Lynnhaven. 
shucked and unwashed. 
Chvosite Hurd's Seaford 
Restaurant, off Little 
Neck Rd., Earl Smith, 
340-3171. tf 

COWS-GRAIN FED-for 

the freezer. .43 cents a 
pound! All our customers 
are sttisfted. Will deliver 
to packing company. 488- 
42(4. tf 



FLOWERS-HANGING 
BASKETS. 8'-$3.0O; 16' 
lambs/awan planters with 
friants, $3.30; Lots morel 
Cwner of Pinewood mitt 
200 Driftwood. 486-6703. 
96 

lACK DANIEL 

WHISKEY BARREL, cut 

in half for patio idanters, 
with rope handles and 
drain holes, $10 each. 340- 
3021. 816 



DIRT A-1. Black, fertile 
t(^ soil. Also sand and 
fill. Prompt swice. Jack 
N. Powell, Inc. 833-7844 
or 833-7218. tf 

TONY'S GARDEN 
SERVICE. Complete lan- 
dscaping, trees, lawns, 
fences, painting, roto- 
tilling ft sprinklers etc. 
F^ estimates. 383-1674. 
833-2333. tf 

TRACTOR WORK 
DONE. Make your laml 
ready for idanting. Gar- 
den, grading, mowing, 
discing, phming and bush 
hogwork.347-7334. tf 



•vTaM 



JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, Tractors, 3. 
Hook-up eqi^imient, tm- 
oe posts, peanut hay ami 
com, 543-8371^ tf 

■■ -■ II- ■ I ■■■ I lAl M I 

DEALERS WANTED To 
huidle a mejor l^e <rf 
pre-engineered stcd Mm 
and bidldings. Luorative 
i^iportufAty for the right 
p^Mn. Afpesn^ farm 
<^)erator o^d^ed. CM 
800-323-6400. 830 



JSUBBm 



ELDORADO-1973. 12 x 

34*. 2 bedroom. Mott ^1- 
-bd^ tnittferred. $3000 
(t(^ l^cet) m^WK» 
bi^ided ak a»cSttaMd. 
Located tov^ vea. 343- 
6413 after 6. tf 

1976 LIBRA. Nwly new, 
1^163' with spnio. 3 
beitaocMtt. 2 iMte, ap- 
pUani^. tktrtini, ear- 
p«i^. ^ hm mM «ove. 
Hat large ttviiw rom^ ami 
kitcbea. 421-3676. tf 



CLAYTON.1974. 12x66% 
2 betfreems. sbad^. 
uWM iHk fenec. 
cwMMoa. Can 
let. Take over lean! Mnal 
scNI 487-1151 after 4;3it. 
816 



PRIVATE LOT, for 

nmbye luNne. Very law. 
with water and sewer, very 
reasonaMy priced. 421- . 

2823. 



Female wishes to rent' 
lovely air conditioned 
room with private teth to 
mature female. Radcliffe 
Townhous^ Western 
Branch Area. Kitchen 
priviledges, utilities 
included. References 
required. Reasonable rent. 
484-1796. 816 



BEACH FRONT MOTEL 

- Relaxing private beach 
on Chesapeake Bay. 
I^Mcious rooms $23 per 
ctaiy Old up! Haven Inn 
Motel, 3812 East Ocean 
View. Our family is lookin 
looking forward to serving 
you. 388-6327. tf 

CHESAPEAKE BEACH 

Vi block from beach, 1 
bedroom, weekly. Af^ 
7509 M(mon's road or call 
833-2891/IM-I883. Very 
reasonable rates. tf 



NEW 3 BEDROOM 
RANCH • 2 baths, CAC. 
self-dean over, next to 
golf course, park, lake; 
easy acce» all bases. 499- 
9449. tf 

NORTHWl8t-2 Bed- 
room house with 2 baths, 
all appliances, air 
conditioned, shaded lot. 
Married couple, no 
children, no pets. $223 a 
month. 482-4063. 816 



GREAT RRIDGE- 

Remodeled 2 bedroom 
home, 2 car garage 
central/heat, air, large 
yard. No. pets. $233. 
month. Stove/Refrigera- 
tor. 48M237. 823 






CHESAPEAU.Douglas 

Rd. 8.8 acres 292" 
frontage. Pmrtly wooded, 
zoned Farraette. By 
owner. Reasonable priced. 
487-4840. 



GREEN RUN 

WOODLAND ESTATES 

4 bedroom ranch, 
JflrqriMe in familyroom, 
ccmier lot. fixceUmt taiy! 
Many eaml 1464 Pear 
Tree Arch. 427-3941. tf 



^^^^w ^M WW WBa ^^MmBS 



CANDLEWOOD COVE- 

Exquisite 4 betbomn ran- 
ch, nestled in lovely 
wooded letting, 3200 
squve feet of living space. 
3 baths, lafge family 
room, wwt btf , la^ out- 
dOOT screoi pMio. On 1 
plus Kies.^Lurary lii^. 
By owners. 481-3142. tf 

I ■ I1M — —1 m i. ■ I II » ■ I II ' 

ALANTON- 4 bedroom, 
brick ranch, 2 baths^ 
family room, ftreplace, 
eat-in-kitchen. piantry, 
hardwood floors, 1 Cv 
garage. weU, $72.300. 428- 
4343/481-1908. If 



WELLINGTON WOODS' 

-3 bedroom nmdi, funUy 
room, with firq^ace, cat- 
in UttAoi, Hv^ tq/am, 
dining room, 2 batte. 7 
pereent assuppUon. 
$39,900,481-1034. tf 

PBMMIOKE MEAD- 
OWS.^ Immacvtote 4 
bedrooms, enttom 
fireplace , central air. 
fanJly room, (^rpeting 
drapes. R^MMbly 
prmd-low $50% 490- 
0221. tf 



FLORIDA -TRADE? 
BQUrriES -12 acft farm 
with 3 bedroom houM • 2 
flrepUces, den, fenced, 
pond. Also waterfront 
lots. noteU, 461-8120. tf 

■ l».i»iiil. I ■■■ m^^tm 11 -III • 

CAPTAINS CO#r<^ On 

Ea^em aore^'^Y|^club 
membership j^vntwle - 
nominal f%< "BM^ting, 
pod, g<4f. reop^^ cen- 
ter. Must sell. 4i6-t666.tf 
■ ■■ - 

WINliRGREllN- 

wtodedkipflUt Site with 
watei'/«|«n^i Nmt ski 
lodge. 0#oer terms 
availible. Selling under 
maricet price. CaU 1-703- 
886-0496. tf 



LOTS FOR SALE, Trailer 

kK on chdce canal leading 
to Currituck Sound. 
Wahiut Island, N.C. has 
dectric, sewer, water. 
Excellent fishing. 703-433- 
3423, tf 



1972 WAYFARER 
MOTOR HOME 20', 
sleeps 6, self-contained, 
31,000 miles, good gas 
mileage. $5,300. Call 
Bridgeman-464-8223 or 
464^37 evcninsi- tf 

1978 TRAVEL 

TRAILER-28', self 
contained, 3 year 
warranty, sleeps 6, many 
extras. Used 1 week! 
OrilhM^cdit $8,700^UBt 
sell-unusual circumi- 
tances,$6,000. 804-420- 
8664. tf 

GMC RUS CAppER 

converted from Tnilways 
bus. Fully equij^-many 
extras-ready to travel. 
Excellent condition $4300. 
483-2300. 816 




n5f!i}^G^SI'^ 



AT YOUR SERVICE! 

TO ADVBRTIBE IN THIS 8ICT10N, CALL lOAN 481-3477 



mm'W^mw^^^m wv^WV 



ALTOUIIONSNbn ft 
wmnmi's. Experimwed, 
Reasonable. Thoroush- 
good area. CaU 464-6439. 
830 

BABY SITTINGS your 
home. Have 

tramqMrtation. Have 
references. 464-2649. 830 

BATON LE»ONS.By 
Hi^ School mi^ette. all 
ages. 463-0308. 830 

CUSTOM MACHINE 
MONOGRAMING-bowl 

ing diirts, linens, etc. Fast 
Krvioe and reasonable 
prices. 467-6092. 830 

EAR PIERCINGsfame by 

professional nurses, daily, 
free earrin8S givoi. 
Mwulay thru Thursday 
10-3. Friday ft Saturday 
12-8. 439 Effingham 
Street. Portsmoudi. 487- 
3276. tf 

FIREPLACES-brick. 

block ft stone work. We 
spedalijx in masonary and 
pre-fid> fireplaces. Patrick 
Moore, 481-7373. tf 

MUSIC LESSONS-Piano. 
organ, guitar ft accordian. 
Windsor Woods area. 
340-7799. tf 

PAINTING-Exterior ft 

interior, free estimates, 
work guaranteed. Call 
Harry 497-0048. 830 



MAGIC-LEARN from a 
profesrional magidan for 
fun, profit and prestige. 
Low rates. All agm. 833- 
8832. 96 



MANNING ft 

JOHNSON-Paint and 

general repair, guttering, 
carpentry, painting- 
interior and exterior. All 
work guaranteed. 
References. Free 
estimates. Call anytime 
463-1463. tf 



MOBILE HOME ROOF 
SEALING $30. 

Maximum charge. Free 
estimates. For 

information Call t.C. 
Dolson. 487-2386. if 



HOUSE CLEANING- 

venetian blimb, windows, 
offices, floors, homes, 
bathrocMfs with adUi^^ 
reasontble. Annie's 
Cleaning Service. 483- 
3760. tf 

HOME REPAIRS- 

Carpentry, paneling, 
dens, family rooms. Free 
estimates. 387-2309. tf 

ELECTRICAL CON- 
TRACTOR-Free esti- 
mates. 24 Houn service 
for your electrical needs. 
Action Electric. 62M089. 
tf 

WILL BUILD YOU 
BEAUTIFUL NAILS in 

your home or beauty 
shop. Please fed free to 
call for information. 425- 
3068<-497-3370. 823 



SPEEDY .ENCE 

COMPANY-lnstallation 
and repairs. Wc specialize 
in Kindergarden and dog 
enclosures. Pay what you 
can afford! 424-3273. tf 

HANDPAINTING 
CLOTHES ft UNENS. 

monc^amming, perman- 
ent-washable. Alterations. 
Green Run ft Kempsville 
Am. Reasonable prices. 
CaU 467-6092. 816 

CHIMNEY SWEEPS - 

Don't risk a fire. Call a 
professional. Smutter 
Bros. Chimney Sweeps, 
Ucensed and insured. Call 
487-9160 or 488-8801. tf 

PIANO DOCTOR- Fall 

reliable piano service, 
tuning, repairing, and 
regulating. ' Serving 
Southern Tidewater- 
Thompson Enterprises. 
Work on all makes. 420- 
4157. tf 

ROOFING REPAIRS. 

Experienced-any type, 
smaU jobs. Call night or 
day. 625-9624 or 857-6710 
shop. tf 

SEWING MACHINE 

RBPAiR8.fl^9<fur hAbe! " 
This month, Regular 
($12.00) now $8,001 AU 
work guaranteed. Virginia 
Beach Sewing 

Machine. 486-2111. 823 

FIREPLACES-Have a 

custom fireplace buUt in 
your home at a reasonable 
price by Michad ftHill, 
fireplace spedattsts licen- 
sed, bondedftinsured- 
References;482-3636. tf 



Additions, enclosures, 
firqriaces, bathrooms, dl 
types of home remodding. 
Free estimates ft design. 
Licrased ft bonded. Add- 
a-romn Construction Co. 
481-0691. tf 



YOU CM MIYA GMMR MOPBp 
BUTYDUlLMrraRIl 

If oomt mopecte cost less than a Puch. it's simply because 
ttwy're leaser ifnopeds. 

th^ don't have the hill-hungry hi-torque engine that rtvost 
Rjchsnave. 

They went designed as thoughtfully, or con^ructed u cwe- 
fulty, as Austrian-buflt Puchs are. 

M a lower price. Puch couldn't offer things 
like a 2-«peed autonwrtic transmission, oil in- 
jection, or an autontttic starting system. 

Come in and see why, feature for fMture 
f(m reediy can't afford an 




lMiMlii?iMi^ of &Ki^ 1^ SdMNil Spedak 
^ ttpM^IMeintos Moped Center 

lead's 

Wfetn iwe art aagani of Firti A Good Service 



■4- 



7I-S«rvlcaa0flai«di 



WEDDING PHOTO- 
GRAPHS-Our specidty. 
For complete creative 
vredding coverage call 
Leigh PhotograpRic 

Service. 482-1312. 

Sample proudly shown! tf 

RON WEST -TRIM 
CARPENTRY, cabinets, 
paneling. doors, 
bookcases, formica, 
additions or remodeling. 
623-0201. tf 

HOME IMPROVEMEN- 
TS repass, maintenanw, 
State licensed. Free 
Estimates. Prompt, cour- 
teous service. Quidity per- 
formance. 486-1544 or 
497-2520. tf. 

LIGHT HAULING • 

truck and driver for hire, 
dependable, extra help 
available, no job too smdl 
or large, 545-9330. tf 

NO WAX VINYL 
FLOORING. 9 X 12' 
rooms, $96. Installed. SO 
samples to choose from. 
420-0652 anytime. tf 



FIGURE CONSULTANT 

• Spas inconvient or too 
expensive? Cdl us for a 
free consultation to set up 
your personalized home 
exercise and nutritional 
program. Guaranteed 
results. 421-3442. tf 



ROOFING, guttering, 
painting ft chimney water 
proofing. All work 
guaranteed. CaU Melvin 
D. Dever Roofing Co., 
587-5003. tf 

BRENDA'S SEWING ft 
ALTERATIONS, Quality 

.Hi«fc«Ulf««>«»We rates. 
Most orders ready next 
day! CaU 487-9727. tf 

HOUSECLEANING-Ex 

perienced person desires 
day work. Have 
transportation.Reason 
able prices. Please cdls^ 
497-2516. 816 



DON'T SPEND YOUR 

day off cleaning out your 
garage, attic or basenmit. 
CaU us for a free estinmte. 
We clMn and haul away. 
464-6344 anytime. tf; 



AUTO-CRUSHERS pA-l 

-junk car removal. Al'. 
cars towed away free, top 
dollar paid. Fast service, 
497-5528. tf 




You mejr tnd up paring Um, 
for (oai* of tha Ifaiagi you 
buy if you pty tttoBtiOB to 
, Umm tuaMtioni. 

Whan te^inv an appUaaea, 
look for araooUi adgaa and 
cornara, a UL appiowl 
aymbol, md acoaaaibk, amy- 
to-raad oontrola. 




To Mwa on tati bUa, cover 
your axpoaad watar hMl«r 
tank with iOMlatioB, piAit It 
wia a #oaay paint or wt^ It 
with alaaUttiun fol. Daapita 
all Amartea'a afforta at 
oonaai^iion, wa^ foim to 
naad a tot bmm OBatfy in 
tha ftitui*. 

Oaa way W« en gat it iAm 
wa Mad tt, l y tfia agp^a lA 

D POWW 



tta Baeta^ 
brtituSe, ia timn^ •••rgy 
itoraga. Baetefe wmOm mm 
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Manha \%ginia Chandlv and William Jcduuon Britton 
were marmd in a 3 p.m. ceremony Saturday, Au^uat 12 at 
Lynnhaven Colony United Churdi of Christ. The Rev. 
Thonua H. Britton, father of the groom, officiated. Hie 

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mn. Vernon E. 
QuukUo^ of Norfollc. The brid^oom is the son of Rev. and 
Mrs. Thomas H. Britton of A%ginia Beach. 

The bride was given in marria^ by her fatha. Anne 
Britton, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. Bruce Saul 
was best man. 

A receptionist was held in the church fellowship hall. 

The couple will reside in Virginia Beach. 




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The Virginia Beach Department of Agriculture/Virginia 
Tech Extension Division will sponsor a two hcnir worksh<q> on 
"Creative Outdoor-Meat Cookery" on Wednesday, August 
23. 

The worlcshop will be held at the VPI Annex, South 
Birdnecic Road from 7-9 p.m. 

If you find yourself spending more and more for meat and 
setting less; consider nttmdina this workshop, conducted by a 



local butcher, on "How to" utilize less txptoAyt meat cuts on 
your outdoor grill. An extension home economist wiU provide 
consumer tips on meat selection ad prqMratiiHi. 

Aregistration fee of SI includes educational materials and a 
sampling of the goodies. 

R^jstration is necessary and can be made by calling tbe 
Vir^nia Beach Department of Agriculture/VPI Extoiiion 
Division at 427-4611. 



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and Mrs. Marc F. Povondra, son; 

and Mrs. Paul Marshall, son; 

and Mrs. John Max Eiban, daughtn; 

and Mrs. Mart Tellon Etheridge. daughter; 

and Mrs. I. Nelson Brown Jr., son; 

and Mrs. Gary Kenneth Teagle, son; 

and Mrs. James Michael Kenney, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Charles Bamett, son; 
Mr. and Mrs, Gabriel Valoitino Robinson, son; 

and Mrs. A^erry S. James, daughter; 

and Mrs. Michael Dow Taft, stm; 

and Mrs. Hugh Gibson Goodwin, daughter; 

and Mrs. Michael Douglas Falkner, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Willis Ta ^ III, daughter. 

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carnival 

Zeta Kappn ch^Ker of 
BeU Sigma Phi sponsored a 
Muscular Dystrophy carnival 
on August 1, near Lake 
Edward West apvtmmts. 

Neighborhood children 
participated in games, winn- 
ing prizes donated 1^ local 
businesses. All money earned 
at the carnival has been 
donated to the Muscukr 
Dystrophy foundation. 

Beta Sigma Phi is an 
international organization 
for women offering appot- 
tunities for friendship, devel- 
opment of cultural apprecia- 
tion, and community service. 
There are 19 chapters in the 
TidewatCT area. 

"Catch" some 
information on 
hay fever 

Do you suffer fitmi hay 
fever or know aomtoae vribo 
does? Hay fever affects «p- 
IM-oximately dx percent of the 
population of the United 
States. 

Ndtho' sex » nKxe ot len 
sitfceptible to the alloiy. 
GoMenrod is not the ouue of 
late hay fever, but rather tbe 
prcrttlon is cauwd bf the 
ragweed p(dla} tlutt die iriad 
dqMsits on goUovod. Hay 
ttvtx is not cati^ing. 

You can, however, 
"catch" a kM of infionnation 
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teakh m medical ndqed. 
TlKikjzensof ttamuoa and 
MTvices at the Viquua Bewh 
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TINS offers 

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trafnfng 

Tidewater Rape 

Information Services, Inc. 
(TRIS) is offering a 
training course for 
prospective volunteer 
counselors and speakers. 

TRIS is especially 
seeking volunteers who 
are able to ^ive weekdays, 
evening, and weekend 
time. ^ 

Each TRIS volunteer is 
an essential part of 
meeting the needs of 
sexual assault victims in 
Tidewater. 

A pre-course interview 
is required to register. 

The course begins on 
Monday. September 1 1, at 
7 p.m. 

Registration fee for the 
course is $25 which 
includes membership and 
textbook. 

To arrange an interview 
call TRIS at 622-4300 
Monday - Friday from 
Sam to Spm. 

Registration for the 
course ends August 31. 
and is limited to 40 
persons. 



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The wedding of Miss Laura Oitherine Pickett and 
Navy Lt. j.g. James Frank Perdra took place 
Sunday, August 6, at 4 p.m. in the Chapel of the 
Good Shepherd, NAS Oceana. Lcdr. George Dobes 
officiated. 

Miss Pickett is the daughter of the Hon. and Mrs. 
Owen B. Pickett of Virginia Beach. Lt. j. g. Pereira is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pereira of Ludlow. 
Massachusetts. 

The bride's gown was made pf white organza with 
a round neck, long sImvos, and chapel-length train. 
The bodice was ornamented with Venise lace and the 
headpiece also f«uuml Venise lace and pearls. Her 
bouquet was composed of roses and Queen Anne's 
lace. 

The bride's honor attendant was Mrs. Konrad 
CMst of Richmond. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Lee 
Pontes and Miss Mary Bradford Pickett, sisters of 
the bride, and Miss Joanne Pereira, sister of the 
groom. Their gowns had bodices of white eyelet and 
skirts of green flower-printed voile. They carried 
French country-style flower arrangements and wore 
wide-brimmed straw hats. 

Flower giri was Miss Jennifer Faris of Norfolk. 
She wore a long dress of pale peach dotted swiss with 
a white eyelet pinafore. 

The motho* of the Inide wore an aquamarine gown 

and chiffon capelet with an orchid corsage. The 

mother of the groom wore a mint green gown with a 

skirt of floor-length pleats. Her corsage was of roses. 
The best man was Warren Pare of Willamansett. 

Mass. Groomsmen were John Pereira Jr., and 

Jeffrey Pereira, brothers of the groom, and William 

Laney of Skowhegan, Maine. 

The wedding concluded with an arch of swords 
ceremony. Members of the honw guard were Ens. 
Wallace Conway III, and Lts. j.g. John Faris, Peter 
Hinck, James Manship, William Marlowe, Randall 
Putnam, Frederick Sycuro, Richard Titi, C. Joseph 
Vargo and Scott Wilson. 

A reception and dinner at the Old Cavalier Hotel, 
Virginia Beach, followed the ceremony. 




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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 
BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

PUBLIC HEARING 

DATE: August 23, 1978 

TIME: 7:30 P.M. 

PLACE: Auditorium of Princess Anne 

Higli School, 4400 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Sponsored by the Citizens Advisory 
Committee and the City of Virginia Beach 

TOPICS 

1) Citizen Participating Plan: Citizen 
Review and Comments 

Pursuant to federal guidelines, the City 
is developing a Citizen Participation Plan 
and is providing citizens an opportunity 
to participate in that development. 

2) Program Amendments: Citizen 
Review and Comments 

The City is proposing program 
amendments to meet deficits which are 
occuring in sewer and water projects from 
the second and third program years. 

First, the amount, $120,000.00, is 
proposed to be transferred from the 
Rehabilitation Loans and Grants fund to 
the payment of line and tap fees for 
George Washington Park (Doyletown). 
Secondly, the amount, $1,114,872.00, is 
proposed to be transferred from certain 
Street Improvements Projects to sewer 
and water projects in specific Community 
Development neighborhood areas. 

3) Community Development 
Program: Open Discussion 

Copies of the proposed Citizen 
Participation Plan and more detailed 
information about the monetary transfer 
proposals will be available, durii^ nonnal 
working hours, at the City Manager's 
Office, the City Grants Office, md all the 
City libraries. 



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52nd year. No. 33 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



The Of ficial Paper 
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Wednesday, August 23, 1978 

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WarnAig homeowners ebout noise zones... 

Council, Navy and realtors 
Join forces to protect buyers 



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Caveat emptor may still be the best rule to follow, but 
the city of Virginia Beach realtors and the Navy are 
beginning to think alike about letting the buyer also be 
informed. 

City council Monday afternoon at an informal 
session reached no consensus on how this was to be 
accomplished, but city manager George L. Hanbury 
through it a good sign that the city, the Navy and the 
realtors all thought that something should be done. 

Buyers often unaware 

The problem arises when someone purcnases or rents 
property in a noise or danger potential zone delineated 
by the AICUZ study. The buyer or renter is not always 
told fbout the noise or danger and usually complains to 
the hiavy. 

The Navy thinks the real estate broker should be 
required to present a disclosure statement which has to 
be signed by the prospective buyer at the time of the 
purchase agreement. This should prove that the buyer 
knows what he's getting into. Lcdr. S. L. Jackson 
believes the disclosure document should be mandatory. 

The Virginia Beach Board of Realtors is opting for 
some kind of voluntary self-regulation by the realtors. 
F. Andrew Heatwole, chairman of the board's 
legislative committee, told council that the realtors 
would rely on the Virginia Real Estate Commission 
regulation which states that withhpjd|p| /rQin 
^dSpectlvrponnsi*!* aSj^ Tntdrf^^ available 

concerning the character or condition of the real 
estate... is grounds for suspension, revocation or denial 
of renewal of the individual's license. 

Heatwole said that in the board's monthly newsletter 
a copy of the proposed map delineating the noise and 
hazard areas will be sent along with a proposed 
disclosure statement. The board will get an opinion 
from its lawyer, Heatwole said, on whether the mailing 
of information will make it "readily available." 

The board is also trying to formulate a(h acceptable 
plan on the leasing of property. 

A disclosure ordinance ^as suggested by Councilman 
F. Reid Ervin when he last served on council in 1974. 
The ordinance would make a disclosure statement 
mandatory. 

Heatwole said that the realtors do not think that the 



zones set up by the Navy are Tmite enough asd 
recommended a system of consentric circles. The 
concentric circles, Jackson said, would not work as well 
because they would necessarily include property which 
was neither in the noise or danger zones. 

The AICUZ study delineates the noise and danger 
areas arotfnd the Naval Air Station at Oceana and the 
Fentress Airfield in Chesapeake which affects zonts 
extending into Virginia Beach. Jackson said the Navy is 
also working on an AICUZ study for the Norfolk 
International Airport. 

Heatwole suggested that if the voluntary system does 
not work, council could then consider legislation. 

Hanbury said that, voluntary or mandatory, it may 
be the first time "that we have had acceptance of 
disclosure by signing a statement . " 

Since the Board of Realtors members handle 92 
percent of the sales, most of the purchases would be 
covered. However, Heatwole pointed out that the 
Virginia Real Estate Commission covers all realtors. 

SoIvIiq; the problem 

Ervin said that he didn't think anything was going to 
be accomplished with voluntary disclosure. He said that 
with the development of the General Booth Boulevard 
and Princess Anne Road, the problem would be 
intensified. 

Ervin suggested that the buyers be told that 
information would be available at City Hall. 

Although-^ fiouaei) ^waMmd^-^^losure cf^ 
' envfronthental problemsf^tHelribise and crash zones in 
the AICUZ study were considered the most important 
right now. 

Ervin questioned the effectiveness of self-regulation. 

Jackson said he couldn't understand why the realtors 
would object to the signing of a paper. He said it would 
protect both sides. 

Heatwole said the Real Estate Board's rememdies go 
farther than what was asked for. He said that the 
simpliest solution would be for the city to erect signs 
saying, "You are entering a noise area.'* 

Ervin stressed the importance of the Navy to the area 
and the protection of lives. 

Heatwole pointed out that all FHA and VA financed 
insured property requires disclaimers. 

Still apparently undecided, council will continue to 
study the merits of all the recommendations. 




Locking horns 



Battling it our during a four-round exhibition at the 
Dome last Thursday night were seventh ranked world 
heavyweight Duane Bobick and 40-year-old veteran 
boxer Speedy Jordan of Norfolk. The event triggered 
Jordan to challenge Bobick to a fight in Virginia Beach 
in September. Story and more boxing pictures on page 6 
of this week's SUN. 



MMto will not be affected 
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Obemdorf appointed 

Virginia Beach Councilwoman Meyera Oberndorf 
was appointed by city council Monday afternoon to 
the executive committee of the Southeastern 
Planning District commission. 



she was not satisfied that a single family home owner 
would be given the same consideration. Councilman 
John A. Baum was absent. 

Real estate assessor C. N. Merritt said that in 1975 
one builder was given a similar rebate on over 100 
unsold single-family homes. 



Meeting date changed Low bidder gets contract 



The Virginia Beach city council meeting scheduled 
for Sept. 4, Labor Day, has been changed to Sept. 5. 

Council will have its first night meeting under a 
policy adopted recently next Monday starting at 5:30 
p.m. for the formal session and 7 p.m. for the formal 
session. 



Luke Construction Company was awarded the 
contract for the North Virginia beach Sanitary 
Sewerage System, Contract III, Pump Stations I, 2 
and 3 for $441,600 compared to the engineer's 
estimate of $440,000. City council made the award to 
the low bidder Monday afternoon. 



Duplex permits granted Servfce station passes 



Conditional use permits were granted Monday 
afternoon to Hudgins and Associates, Inc., for the 
construction of duplexes on three 7,000 square foot 
sites on the south side of I3th Street, west of Park 
Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. City council 
approved the permits in concurrence with 
recommendations of the Planning Commission. 



Council 



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Cape Henry r<)\^crs condominium was granted a 
^y,20H.yH rt'lund on uniis which were not 

subsiariiially uHnplelvd. 

VirKinia ikach city council approved ihe refund 
Monday alicrn«)on h> a voir ot VI. ( oiincilwoman 
Mcycta Otjcindoit voted uj.'ainsi approval because 



Virginia Beach city council Monday afternoon 
approved the application of Fine and Salzberg for a 
conditional ase permit for an automobile service 
station on a .45 acre parcel on the south sick of 
Indian River Road, west of Kempsville Road in the 
Kcmpsville Borough. 

Contract goes to GavM 

Virginia Beach city council Monday afternoon 
awarded Gavco Corporation the contract for the 
construction of the Columbus Street Pump Station 
and Standpipe No. 2, Division I for $1,741,200 
compared to the engineer's estimate of $1,495,250 
and the Chicago Bridge & Iron Company Ihe 
contract for the Division II for $587, 1 50 compared to 
the engineer's estimate of $604,750. 



The production of private wells should not be 
affected by the use of wells by the city of Virginia Beach 
as a possible water source. 

City manager George L. Hanbury assured a Beach 
citizen Monday afternoon that the city will not 
withdraw any water which will cause problems with 
riparian rights or the water yield of private wells. The 
effects on private wells will be one of the areas of study 
during testing programs of brackish and fresh 
groundwater wells approved by city council Monday 
afternoon. 

Council appropriated $210,000 from the balance of 
the water and sewer fund for the development of 
specifications for brackish and fresh wells, schematic 
layout of the desalting facility, construction of brackish 
groundwater monitoring wells and testing of one 
existing fresh ground water well field . 

The program is expected to better the city's chances 
of acquiring a grant from the Office of Water Research 
and Technology of the United States Department of the 
Interior to finance a desalting demonstration utilizing 
brackish groundwater in Virginia Beach. 

Conrad H. Reid expressed his concern to council that 



Back Bay was not being used for the testing which 
would save the city the expense of drilling a 1,500 foot 
well. He also questioned the effect of the city's well 
program on private wells. 

City attorney Dale Bimson said that he had not 
looked into the riparian rights provisions inr elation to 
relation to the project, but Hanbury said these rights 
will be among the issues which will be resolved with the 
testing. 

Reid pointed out that the engineering firm of Wiley & 
Wilson which is making a study of possible local water 
sources for Virginia Beach, pointed out that the 
consultants placed a $400,000 price tag on the desalting 
project in June and in August, the cost was up to 
$800,000 with $210,000 needed for monitoring wells for 
brackiish water. 

The city's plan is to use brackish water, mixed with 
water from freshwater wells, for desalinization to 
provide a water source for the city. The grant is 
expected to furnish the remaining part of the $800,000 
for the desalting demonstration. 

Reid asked why the brackish water in Back Bay l 
couldn't be used for the experiment, thereby saving the 
expense of drilling a well. 
(Continued on page 3) 



11^ density apartment units 

for Rosement area 





A develop^ will be permitted to build 480 apartment 
units on a ^Ccre site originally zoned to allow 1 20 units 
west of tlKprc^)sed Rosemont Road extended, south of 
Hollmd Road In Kemi»ville. 

By a vote of 6-4, Virginia Beach city council approved 
the application of Holland Associates for a change of 
zoning from R-8 Residential District to A-2 Apartment 
Distrklonthesite. 

R.G. Moort is the devefopCT of the properly which is 
^rt of a proj^rt which includes 29 ^res zoned A- 1 for 
townhouses for sale; 12 acres 0-1 for offices, and 162 
teres for duplexes. The 20 acres will come out of the 
duplex acreai^. 

Gover Wright, attorney for Moore, said that the 
project will include 22 tennis courts, three swimming 
pools, three clubhouses and 7.3 acres of recreational 
areas. 

Council Vice Mayor J. Henry McCoy said that 
"unless you'll going to declare a building moratorium 
in Kcmpsville," he did not understand why the rezoning 
dtould not bt; granted. He pointed out that Holland 
RwNi is scholaled to be improved to a four-lane road 



and the new schools planned for the area could handle ~ i 
the new students generated . : * 

Although water and sewer are not available, Wright : : 
said the (^velofKr plans to bring them into the area. : ; 

Bill WHteside, executive director of the Green Run 1 1 
Home Owners Association, said that his basic concern '. 3 
was the traffic along Holland Road and the drainage , ■ 
problems. { 

Councilman F. Reid Ervin said that the zoning is : : 
premature b^ause of the overcrowded schools and ' • 
inadequate' drainage. The drainage is poor now and by ;.i 
granting the rezoning, council would be asking for more : . 
trouble, he said. i i 

Wright said that the developer is building a 175 foot ii 
canal and an eight acre lake, meeting city specifications. * .; 

Ervin iterated that the city's specifications are ' 
inadequate. I 

McCoy said there is a drainage problem all over the ; 
city. C 

Voting for approval were Councilmen R. L. RIggs, 
George R. Ferrell, Clarence a. Holland, J. Curtis 
Payne, Mayor Patrick L. Standing and Vice Mayor 
McCoy. Voting against approval were Er\ 
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An old Mend MiguuaBeadiaiii 



sends a hello 

Summertime is tlie popular season for th<»e 10 and 
20-^u' high school reunions, and although 1 haven't 
been personally involved in one of those formal affairs, 
I've heard a lot of talk about them lately in Virginia 
Beach. 

But reunions occur in strange ways sometimes. 




Pom Yondeveer 

SUN News Editor -J 



The local news recoitly told of an incident that 
happen^ to Kansas City Royals baseball player Pete 
LaCock, known not only for baseball, but for the fact 
that Iw's the son of actor Peter Marshall, host of TV's 
"Hollywood Squares." 

Scans a gunman thr«t«ied to kill LaCock's nine 
months pregnant wife as they were leaving a club in 
Kansas Gty Saturday night. 

Wdi. wouldn't you know that LaCock's wife, Janna, 
is an old sorority sistCT of mine whom I haven't seen 
since college days. 

She was froni a small town - Parsons, Kansas, to be 
exact ~ and I remonber it caused quite a stir when a 
Holly star came to town for his son's wedding. 

Now several years lat«r and 1300 miles away, Janna 
aad^I meet agiwi throu^ the national news. 

UnfOTtunatdy. it wasn't exactly the kind of news you 
like to hear. Fortunately, however, the gunman was 
capbutd, with no injury to my old schoolmate. 

The world is so small sometimes. I just hope that next 
time I run into Janna, she'll have better news to tell. 




Social Security 
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Social Security Improves WItli Age 

WlwB the social sccvrlty law was enacted in 
Attgntt 1935, all it provided for was monthly 
payments to certain workers to reptecc part of tlie 
earnings lost bccansc <rf rctlrenent. But in 1939, 
the law was changed so tint certain dependents 
would also get nontlriy clMcks wkcn the worker 
retired. , 

» The first leHrancdlMi^^iiiMn 1940 to 
Mrs. Ida Fnllcr...in tiwMMNnt of $22.54. Today, 
the average monthly vetiranent payment is more 
than ten times tlwt amaart 

In the beaming, aaiy workos in industry and 
commerce were protected Wy social security. Then, 
in the 1950's coverage was gradaaUy extended to 
other worken and setf-enidoyed peo|rie, so that 
today, 9 ont of 10 people are protected by social 
security. 

What this means is that 9 out of 10 people can 
count on a c^taln mcasww of security when they 
retire...a social security check every month from 
the time they retire naiy dM9 die. 

Bat yon shoay be cacowraged to add to that 
protection with iaswaacc wt savlags while you're 
worl^g, so that whaa yoa do rethre, there doesn't 
have to be a dnMk chai^ in your life style. 
Remember, sodW tccarl^ was set up to repbwe 
only part of the canlap yon lose when you retire. 
It's ap to ^^,BMkt ap the difference Ifyon 
don't want to be ^Hairfelely dcpendeat on your 
monthly sodd secarlty payment. 

ladaded ta tkc auwy chaages that have been 
made hi sodri acearity over the years are certidn 
^itloitt yon have with respect to retirement. When 
the sedal ucutty hiw wu paned, the i^ of 
retinnMnt was act at 6S. That doesn't h<M true 
todiqr. Now, yoa can retire as eariy as 62 if you've 
worlusd 1014 «M«^ uadM' social security. If you 
do Udu aa early retirement, your beneflts will be 
at a minced rale for n long as yon get then. But 
it cvtms iteif out hecanse you'll he getting 
pnyamto ov«r a long«' period of dme. 

Ob the other hai^, yoa may not evM want to 
retire m eariy as tf ...yon adght waat to conttnne 
worUag into your TO's. Well, if that's your 
ded^oa, aad yon doa't renive retirement 
bengHto, ymi'H ^ an extoa one percent for each 
yMr between ti and 72 tint yon coahi have been 
tel^ payawats bat dlda*! take them. la 1982, 
tfattMW poccat wiO be iacraued to 3 percent. 

IMna yoa do rdtae, irii^« it be eariy 
retiMnent, retimiiMt at t$, or delayed 
retlMMeat, c«rtatai ^mdaitti of youn may also 
get aMatUy checks based on your eamlnp record. 
Tbe^e4cpa^tatt wobM iadi^ ymir hasbaad or 
wife^rho is 62 or older, aay aaanrried chiMrea 
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Maehhm honors 
areoutofHine 

The students are on the dam's list three years too late. 

It's just ancMl^ minor tcehnoi<^cal mix-up. 

VPI, it seems, pr<^ammed tlw computer to put out a 
list of students on the spring quarts dean's list . 

The yeu-s. unfortunAtely, did not go in. so the 
computer ran the j(^ for five years back . 

Since everyone a<%epti the Imic (wet of hufi»n « ror, 
most folks probably won't be too upset to see their 
children and friends recognised once again, even if they 
havoi't seen the hallowed halls fot a couple of ye«rs. 



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Congressman Bill Whitehurst has released the raults 
of his most recent questionnaire which called on all 
residents of the Second District to voice their opinion on 
several m^jor topics. 

Of the 170 thousand distributed by mail in Virginia 
Beach and Norfolk, approximately 10 thousand have 
been returned to the Washington office during the past 
six weeks. 

In some cases, not all questions were aiuwered or 
mukiple answers were recorded. This resulted in figures 
both over and under lOO^t. 

Whitehurst remarked, "The clrarest message we see 
in this questionnaire is that voters regard inflation as 
our number one problem and deficit spending by the 
U.S. Government as the major culprit. I am certainly 
inclined to share thdr philic»ophy." 

A majority of those responding to the questiOndinw 
listed inflation, deficit spending, and over r^ulation by 
the government as the three biggest problems facing the 
united States. 

Congressman Whitehurst's questionnaire results: 

Social Security 

1. If the biw would permit, would you prefer to pay 
into a private pension plan rather than into the Federal 
Social Security system ? Yes - 58% , No - 29% . 

2. Congress recently voted to raise $227 billion in new 
Social Security taxes over the next ten years. Do you 
agree with this method for solving the probldhs 
besetting the Social Security syston? Yes • 18%, No. -66 
1/2%. 

3. As a method for insuring the solvency of the Social 
Security program, do you favor raising the retirement 
age for full benefits from 65 to 68? Yes-27 1/2%, No - 
65%. 

If this increase (from 65 to 68) were done gradually, 
beginning in the year 2000, would you be favorable 
t<wi^ardit?^es-38%,No^521/2%. ' 

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Congress may consider legislation concerning illegal 
aliens. Congress should (check more than one if 
applicable): 

12 1/2% adopt no new laws on illegal aliens. 

73 1/2% provide penalties against employers who 
hire illegal aliois. 

42 1/2% provide more border patrol personnel to 
stop illegal aliens from entering the U.S. 

57 1/2% deport all illegal aliois presently in the U.S. 

75 1/2% provide for a fradulent-proof Social 
Security card with better checks to detect illegal aliens 
presently in the U.S. 

Abortion/Right To Life 

5. To you favor the Hyde amendment, which would 
prohibit federal funds from being used to pay for 
abortions for individuals eligible for medicaid? Yes- 
52%. No -40 1/2%. 

6. Do you favor a Constitutional amendment which 
would prohibit abortions except to save the life of the 
mother? Yes-29 1/2%. No - 59%. 

7. The following is an altonate presentation erf the 
above questions on abortion: When Congress deals with 
the questions of abortion, do you favor: 

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45 1/2% the present Supreme Court decision allowing 
abortions. 

22% a Constitutional amendment prohibiting 
abortions excq>t to save the life of a mother. 

27 l/2%a Constitutional amendment allowing states 
to make decisions on abortion laws. 

Health 

8. Do you believe government regulation of hospital 
costs wUl imluce the quality or availability of health 
care?Yes-42%.No-47%. 

9. Which of the following do you agree with: 

9 1/2% The present private health insurance system 
should be repUioed by a program for everyone regardless 
of income and age, and run by the government. 

52 1/2% Only extraordinary and catastrophic ' 
medical expenses should be covered by a fecteral 
program. 

20 1/2% The present system should be kept, with 
government paying insurance premiums for those 
unable to pay. 

30%No new federal health insurance program is 
needed. 

Taxation 

10. Do you favor tax reductions for all individuab 
and corporations? Yes-53 1/2%. No-33 1/2%. - 

1 1 . Taxes should be cut (check one): 
30 1/2% a little 

38% deeply 

12 1/2% not at all 

10% undecided 

Inflation 

12. In your opinion, what is thht most important 
cause of inflation? 

731/2% Deficit spending by the U.S. governsment. ^ 

28 1/2% Too much government regulation. 

43 1/2% Union wage demands, n Mnbwbnoa sril 

13% Business profits. ' '""''"^ " "'^■ 

3 1/2% Other-Welfare. 

Unemployment 

13. What is the best way for the government to 
stimulate the economy and reduce unemployment? 

34 1/2% Across-the-board permanent income tax 
cut. 

68 1/2% New incentives for business to expand and 
create more jobs. 

7 l/2%More government jobs to hire the 
unemployed. 

5% Take no action at this time. 

In Your Opinion 

14. What do you believe are the three biggest 
{H-oblems facing the United States today? 

Inflation (62 1/2%) Deficit spending (17 1/2%) Over 
regulation by govt. (15%) Poor leadership & weak 
military (14%) Tax system (11 1/2%) Foreign policy 
(11%) Welfare (10%). 



Council initiates 
niglit meetings 

Vkghua teadi Ctty Coandl iriU faddate ha me nisht 
iifClfavammnfaicfaechdeatitt Mmiday. AngUit 7i. sodmi. 

iidd hi the Chy Coundl Oiambm, located on die lecrad 
floor of the Admtaiistnuicm Buildfaif (Prinoen Anne 
Mi^dpal Onter), die infofnud m^ob will be^ it 5:30 
p.m., die formid leisfam at 7 p.m. 

&nM^ meedais wfll be hdd (m the fourda Mondqr (tf eadi 
moeth. If diis date dio^ fall on a 1^ hdhtay, die meedag 
wQIbehehioodienettdayatdie same dme aad ptace. 

An odMr ^%gWa Beadi dty cmmcB meetiivt are hdd (m 
Mondtaqr: tafanul ic^on, 1 p.m.; foraMl lei^Mi, 2 p.m. No 
immhn it hdd on the flfUi hbmday of a moaiih. 

CftyComnaerta^riied the night icnion to ordg to make 
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One parent called up imazed to see her daughter's 
name, since she was now a Mrs. someone dse and had 
been teachii^ ictool for three years. 

Nottobedisnoayed. 

VPI has taken it in stride, is aware of the mistake, and 
is now sending out apd(^. 

All the more reason to believe that machines are not 
going to take over the world. 



To err Is humane 
but computers 
have moments 



There is a sign next to the computer terminal in 
Virginia Tech's engineering building, Norris Hall, 
that reads: 

"To err is human; to really foul things up requires 
a computer." 

The Information Office at Virginia Tech couldn't 
agree more. 

After years of compiling the steadily-growing Tech 
Dean's List manually, the Information Office 
decided it had had enough. 

It decided to go the modery way, the way of the 
future-the way of the computer. 

And even that wasn't easy. 

It took months of work, of checking and re- 
checking and even triple-checking. 

It took money. 

But flfltdly; everything was set., 

n$\mh^f'&^JO^''i List was going out 
.ifiacomputcr. ' ' ^ '" ' ''^ 

The Information Office management and staff 
looked forward to the saved time and assured 
accuracy. 

The state newspapers looked forward to a Dean's 
List naming only those stud^n '*h their ar», instead 
of the nation-wide Dean's Lilt ihcy usually received. 

Things looked good, very good. 

No one thought it terribly strange that the lists 
were unusually large. 

"Grade inflation," v/ttjfoni thought, shaking 
their heads. 

No one noticed that (he ndmes of pct)plc who had 
long since graduated were on the list . 

No one noticed that, because of a program error, 
the computer very neatly had printed all the Tech 
students who made the Dean's List since 1975. 

At least, no one notice until newspapers printed 
the lists. 

Then T^h alumni begui to r^pond. 

Kenneth H. Haines, Tech's director of public 
information, said the Information Office had 
received several letters frtHil alumni thanking the 
school for rem«nb«ing thefn but asking Tech to 
check their recbrds "a little m^re carefully." 

Haines said he also received letters from numerous 
newspapers cmnfriimaiting T^h's new system. 

It's just om of those thiniii." Haines said. "The 
computer people didn't catqi it, our office didn't 
catch it and most newspapers didn't catch it." 

Haines said the Infornnition Office would 
continue to use the computer :system for the Dean's 
List, but would check the cdmputer's work more 
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Councilman Donald Merrick and Councilwomen 
^Barbara Henley and Meyera Oberndorf . The Planning 
Commission had recommended approval and the staff, 
denial. 

Request iteniecl 

Another request for higher density zoning in 
Kempsville was denied by the ten members present. 
Councilman John A. Baun was absent. 

Denied was -the application of George C. Hunt for a 
change of zoning from R-S Residential District to R-8 
Residential District on a 10.7 adre parcel on the north 
side of Parliament Drive, west of Yoder Lane, 
Kempsville Borough. 

MeCoy said that there were no plans to widen 
Parliament Drive. 

The planning Commission recommended approval 
while the staff recommended denial. 

Timothy Lewis, representing home owners in the 
area, presented a petition containing names of 100 home 
owners and registered taxpayers who opposed the 
application. 

Their reasons: 

The zoning, which would permit 64 duplex units while 
existing zoning permits 32 single^family homes, is not in 
keeping with the neighborhood. 

Duplexes lend themselves to investment property and 
high density. 

Concern with overcrowding schools and roads. 

The developer is the only one in favor and his 
purchase agreement, lewis said, is based on the 
contingency that the property is rezoned. 

Spot zoning. 

Attorney Grover Wright, representing the applicant, 
said that the developer ^ havejto go under the railroad 
tracks and acquire easements from Vqx;o for the 
drainage, which will make the project costly. Therefore, 
the lower density development is not economically 
feasible. 

Applicat^ appfoved 

In another Kempsville rezoning application council 
approved by a vote of 7-3 the petition of William E. 
Wood for a change of zoning from R-8 Residential 
I^strict to 0-1 Office District on a 8.6 acre parcel on the 
north side of Kempsville Road, west of Brandon 
Boulevard. 

Wood said the single-family home on the property 
will be converted for use as his office. 

McCoy voted against the application because a 
similar application across the road was recently denied, 
he said. Also voting against the rezoning were 
Councilwomen Barbara Hei^l?y,^<l,|j[|^y«r»pbei;9(|^f, „ 
Comalman John^ A Ba^v^^^&^^^s0^^^ 
remainmg council membiers voted for approval.^^ , ^ - < , 

The Planning Commission recommended approval 
while the staff recommended deniel. 

Water study 

(Continued from Page 1) 

Hapbury said the Bay had been considered but was 
too ^kely to be contaminated from the farmland and 
chelnical runoff and the total dissolved solids would be 
to0 high (10,000 parts per million) for drinking water 

ich requires a limit of 1 ,000 parts per million. 

He noted that Back Bay was also in North Carolina, 
which has m>t been agreeable to having water 
withdrawn for use in Virginia. 

Hantory also pointed out that if the test well were 
well-located, it could be used for actual production and 
eventually could be expanded from the initial two 
million gallons per day to ^, 30 or 40 million gallons a 




Council probes question of iiiegal buildbig 



How the Virginia Beach R«:quet club got to build • 
47-foot high structure in a residential neighborhood, is » 
cock robin type of story. Just as there was no one 
around to take the responsibility for killing cock robin, 
no one and everyone seems to be at fault for allowing 
the tennis court shelter to be built. 

The height limit for a structure in a residential 
neighborhood is 30 feet. The Racquet Club has a 47- 
foot structure over six tennis courts. Last week city 
council wanted to know why the building permit was 
issued. 

At an informal meeting of council Monday 
afternoon, city manager George L. Hanbury disclosed a 
story of mistaken intentions. 

On March 31 of last year, council' amended the 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance to allow an enclosure 
of a temporary or seasonal nature for recreational 



CouncH turns do%vii 
business rezoning 



Concurring with the Planning Commission, 
Virginia Beach city council turned down an 
application to rezone a corner parcel in a residential 
area to permit business uses. 

Harry D. and Mabel B. Church applied for a 
change of zoning from R-8 Residential District to B-2 
Community Business District On a .35-acre parcel at 
the southwest intersection of Potters Road and 
London Bridge Road, Lynnhaven Borough. 

A single-family home currently exists on the site 
while existing zoning allows two dufdex units. The 
proposed zoning would allow a variety of 
commercial establishments. 

Councibnan Donald Merrick noted the 
neighborhood was basically residential, and "we' 
don't want a 7-22 store there." 

Herbert Smith, who owns property zoned for 
business across the street, supported the application, 
but council unanimously denied the petition. 



Therapeutic swimming 
Oiympics event planned 

Hie concluding event of^the Summer Thttapeatk 
RcCTeation Swimming Prognm will be a Swimming Oljmpie 
program held at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center pool 
August 26 from 9 a.m.-12 noon. 

Participating in this program will be children from the 
summer therapeutic recreation swimming program. Tliis 
program teadwi handicapped youngstm basic water skills 
with the emphasis bdng (m drown-proofing techniques. 

AU children are taught on a one to one basis by staff 
members ami volunteer staff. This i»t^nun has been widely 
accepted by die haadkaqpped population in Viiginia Beach. 

F(M- furtto inf onnatton ctmtact the Therapeutic Recreation 
staff at the Virgink Beach Recreation Crater, 800 Monmouth 
Lane or caU 499-1281. 



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procedure. 

The amendment permits the applicant to by-pass the 
Planning Commission and go directly to city council 
which is what Dr. Harvey H. Shiflet did on June 20, 
1977. 

Hanbury said that although Shiflet filed plans for the 
47-foot enclosure he planned to build, there is nothing 
in the minutes to suggest that any questions were asked 
about the height or the design of the structure. 

Since council approved Shiflet's application, 
Hanbury said. Building inspector Robert Loher issued a 
building permit although the height was in violation of 
the city's building code. 

"1 don't think anybody made a malcious oversight," 
Hanbury said, and added that he thought the area 
residents objected to the appearance of the structure 
more than its height. 

There is also some confusion about the temporary 
nature of the building. The building is up all year, but 
during the summer the sides are rolled up. 

Councilman Donald Merrick said, "We've just got an 
illegal building." 

Vice Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr., said that "passing 
the buck back and forth between council and staff' is a 
poor way to operate. 

Hanbury said that since the owner received a building 
permit for the structure, the city can't have it removed. 

Last week the Racquet Club was allowed to withdraw 
an application for a use permit to build additional 
partially-enclosed courts, indoor handball and racquet 
courts and a clubhouse with restaurant. 



The club, apparently has grown too fast for the city's 
ordinance so counil is studying the possibility of 
including a country club classification in its zoning 
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After 5 p.m., save $2.75 on tickets to The Old 
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10 p m., most of Ae visitors have gone home and 
the air is cooler, tiie Imes are shorter, the crowds 
are smaller, the hghts are brighter and the savings 
are ever so much tetter! A family of four can save 
$1 1, if they purchase tickets after 5 pm. So come join 
your neighbors at The Old Country. Thrill to all the 
rides, shows and adventures, including the Loch Ness 
Monster™ and every Friday night in August well be 
open till midnight with a special disco dance party. 
Moonlight Savings Time is our way of saying "thank 
you" to all our friends in the ^pi\ 
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Practice makes perfect 




BmU to school me«ns bick to band practice for 
musicians at Princess Anne High School. Rehearsing 
here left to right are Jonathan Hall, Junior; Susan 
Rogers, sophomore; and Beth Hughes, Junior. 




Those marching formations you see during winter 
football games don't come easy. Princen Anne High 
School marching band members begin practicing those 
drills while the summer heat is still strong. 



luses travel 15,000 mies a '^^y 



Transportation to and from school is provided free of 
charge for aU Virpnia Beadi pablk school students who 
live more than a mite from thdr Khool. 

To accomplish the taslc of moving more than 30,000 
students to and from sdiool neh day, the Virginia 
Be»:h Public Schods Transportation Dqjartment relies 
on a well-trained crew of 400 drivers, including 
substitutes, using a fleet of 385 mo<tem buses. These 
buses and drivers lc« a total of more than 15.000 miles 
each school day. an average of 41 miles a day per bus. 

Each parson selected as a bus driver for Virginia 
Beach schools undorgon extoisive training, both on the 
road and in the classroom. The drivers receive 
instruction in bus discipline and road courtly, as well 
as in the driving skills necessary to operate the large 
busM. The avenge driver of a Virginia Beach school bus 
has more than seven and a half yaas experience, but 
many have more than 20 years service. 

Backing up the drives is a staff of experienced 
maintenance men and women, plus large, modem repair 
facilities which enable time to handle any phase of bus 
repair or upkeep, from changing an en^ne to painting 
the exterior. 

More than 1,400 school bin routes link the 
neighborhoods of the city with its public schools. Each 
route is carefully planned by the bus driver, school 



officials and the transporution department to make 
sure the students are safely ddivered to and from school 
in the shortest pMsible time. 

Included in the school fleet are specially designed and 
equipped buses for transpprting stuttents who have 
physical and mental handiaips which make it 
impractical for them to ride a regular school bus. The 
drivers of th«e smaller vehicles receive special training, 
particularly in loading and unloading of thne students. 

In addition, some r^ular buses which transport the 
more mobile handicapped studenU have driver aides to 
provide constant attention and ase while the bus is in 
motion. 



Teen dance is Aug. 26 



The teen services ptoftam 
at the ^ifbiia Beadi Kflcrea- 
tion Center wiU be fettutiai 
"Fever" in coiUunctiov with 
WhispCT Concerts itt their 
upcondni teen dance AugiiA 
26. 

The duoe wiU begin at t 
p.m., and contfanie uiftfl 11 



p.m. in room 116-118 with 
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Cutting everyone together in't always easy, but practice 
makes perfect. Percussion members pictured left to 
right are Jonathan Evans, sophomore; Bob Ray, 
sophomore; Darlene Hottoway, junior; Jerry 
Wirabrow, junior; Ron Haley, sophomore; Don 
Gresham, sophomore; Sandy Adams, sophomore; and 
Jackie Mead, sophomore. 



Photos by Pam Vandeveer 



ii^^Off cards horn > in Mure 



Kepon cards for 
VirfinUi Beach elementary 
stu^hmts will be i»ued 
foiHT timn dwim the 
1978-'^ school year, and 
secomfauy studoits will 
reoeve their report cards 
six tiiMt duringlhe ymr. 

^xmii rqwrts (tf the 
sd^fai^ pafonmsKeof 
elCTioitiffy . students 
(grade* one through 



seven) will be issued Nov. 
13 1978. and Feb 5. Apr. 
16, and June 14, 1979.1n 
addition, informal 

progress reports for 
students in grades four 
through sevoi who are 
performing bdow their 
expected level will be 
issuni Oct. 4, and Dec. 14, 
1978, and Mar. 5, and 
May 10, 1979. 



The progress of 
s«:ondary students, 

grades seven through 
twelve, will be notwl in six 
30-day (approximately) 
reporting periods. Cards 

will be issued Oct. 27, and 
Dec. 15, 1978, and Feb. 9, 
Mar. 23, May 11, and 
June 14, 1979, the last 
scheduled day of school. 



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New ttuctenu to the 
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transferring within m aty 
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Except in rare cmsm this is 
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neighborhood assign- 
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A birth artificate or the 
«]uivalent is required at 
the time of enrollment in 
the first grade or 
kiadergartm if the 
enroUmait is the child's 
flnt iMblic schtwl 



sti^m nramrfKring 
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Scholastic records from a 
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Physicals necessary 
for Beach students 

All elonent^y students transferring from out-of- 
state into a Virginia Beach school for the first time must 
show proof of having received a complete physical 
examination within the 12 months preceding the 
enrollment. 

Physical exam forms are available at the office of 
each school. If the physical exam cannot be oomjAeted 
prior to the beginning of attendance, the child may be 
enrolled on a conditional basis if the parent or guardian 
presets written proof of a scheduled medical 
appointmoit for the exam. 

Pn>of of immunication against diptheria. pertussis 
(whdoping cough),) tetanus, polio, rubeola (meules) 
and ntbdla (Geriiian measles) is also required of any 
elementary student entering a Virginia Beach school for 
the first time. 

Parents or guardians are urged to begin «u'ly to 
ensure that all immunizations are completed prior to the 
beginning of jschool attendance. . 

School physical examinations are offered to new 
students and new teachers whoare military dependents 
at the Norfolk Naval Base Dispensary by appointment 
only on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. 

Require X-Rays for new teachers can also be taken at 
Boone Clinic at the Naval Amphibious Base, Little 
Creek, but Boone Clinic cannot accommodate teacher 
or student physical exams. Immunizations are offered 
to military depoidents at the Norfolk Naval Base 
Dispensary and at Boone Clinic. 

In addition, the Virginia Beach Health Department is 
offering free immunization clinics to help all children 
entoing the city's public schools this fall complete their 
basic immunizations. 

In a letter to school superintendent Dr. E.E. Brickell 
this summer, city health department director Dr. 
George C. Sjolund said the free clinics will help the 
children and the public schools meet these requirements. 

The free clinics are located at the Princess Anne 
Municipal Center, along the beach front at 19th and 
Arctic Ave., and in the Pembroke area at 930 
Independence Boulevard. 

Scheduled hours of the clinics for immunizations are: 

Municipal Center, Wednesdays, 8:30-10 a.m.; 19th & 
Artie Ave., Tuesdays, 8:30-11 a.m.; and 930 
Independence Blvd., Fridays, 8:30-10 a.m. No 
appointments are necessary. 



School attendance 
required by law 

ATTENDANCE LAW 

%or the 1978-79 school year Virginia state law 
requires all children who have reached their fifth 
birthday on or before January 1 of the school year 
which began the preceding September, and who have 
not passed their seventeenth birthday, to attend a 
public, private, denominational or parochial school. 

For the 1979-80 school year the law has been amended 
to provide that children must reach their fifth birthday 
on or before December 1 . (State Code 22.275. 1) 

KINDERGARTEN 

The Virginia Beach public schools offer free half-day 
kindergartien classes for five-year-olds in each 
elonentary school. Some children are assigned to 
nioming sessions, and others attend afternoon classes. 
Free transportation by school buses is provided for both 
scions. 

While kinder^rten attendance is not mandatory 
under special circumstances^i it is highly encouraged. 
71ie,|Ktvool sy^teqi should be notified when the child is 
nm to attend. 



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To be eligible for enrollment in the first grade for the 
1978-79 school year regardle^ of whether the child has 
attoided kindergarten, the sixth birthday must be 
reached by January 1 of the school year which began the 
previous Sept^ber. 

For the 1979-^ school year, the sixth birthday must 
be reached by December 1, because of a change in 
Virginia Law. 



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Virginia Beach secondary students who receive their 
1978-79 class schedule may purchase their textbooks at a 
special pre-school book sale at their junior (n- wnior 
high school Wedn»day, Thursday, and Friday, August 
23. 24, and 23. 

Sale hours will be from 9 a.m. to noon all three days 
and. additionally, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday. 
August 23. 

Secondary student class schedules ^wn rel^ued 
August 16. Sonie secondaiy courses will require 
matmals in addition to or in lieu of textbooks, (m 
hwich a fee is char^. 

Two junior high schools ~ Independence and Plaza - 
will offer studotts the opportunity to pay these fees 
during the hours of .the August book sale. Other 
secondary schools xnd information on materials 
charges to the students' homes with copies of their class 



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schedules. 

The seventh grade students attending junior highs will 
have the option of renting or purchasing their 
textbooks, the same as the seventh graders attending 
elementary schools, however, the rental fees do not 
cover instructional materials fees for such elective 



courses as band, chorus, art and industrial arts. 

Secondary students who are certified as indigent or 
foster children may be qualified to receive their 
textbooks on a loan basis without charge. Please inquire 
about the textbook fee waiver at each junior and senior 
high school office. 



Put together a back to school wardrobe 



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Are you planning a "Back to School" wardrobe? To 
help you to put together your child's wardrobe and to 
stretch your clothing dollars, the Virginia Beach 
Department of AgricuUure/VPI Extension Services will 
conduct a program on "Child Style '78". 

This children's fashion show will be held on 
Wednesday, Augsut 30, from 7 - 8:30 p.m. at the 
Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 800 Monmouth 
Drive. 

"Child Style'78" will present the latest styles for this 
fall including the "Annie Hall" dress, bib front jumpers 



and three piece suits. 

Helpful tips will be given on selecting and purchasing 
clothing which meets with the demands, tastes and 
needs of your children and still stays within your 
budget. 

To register for the fashion show or for additional 
information, contact the Virginia Beach Department of 
Agriculture/ VPI Extension Services at 427-461 1 . 



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For the 1978-79 school y«ir, the Virginia Beach 
Public Schools provides parents the choice of dther 
renting or buying textbooks for thdr elonentary school 
children in kindergarten through the seventh grade. 

Based on the material costs at the various grade 
levels, the textbook rental fees for the 1978-79 school 
year are: 

$ 5 - Kindergarten; 

$ 8- Grades lft2; 

$ 9 -Grades 3, 4, &S; 

$10 -Grades 6 & 7. 

Details of the textbook rental plans will be sent home 
with the students on the first day of school. The 
textbook rental rates will be prorated for students 
entering school after December 1, 1978. For those 
students who withdraw from school, textbook rental 
refunds will be prorated based on the withdrawal date. 

Parents who wish to purchase their children's 
textbooks may obtain order forms and information at 
any elementary school office. 

Elementary students who are certified as indigent or 
foster children may be entitled to a waiver on textbook 
rental or special education fees. Inquire about the 
waivers at any elementary school office. 



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Seventh ranked wortd heavyweight Duane Bobick 
lo^ed horni with 40-yMr-old Norfolk boxer Speedy 
Jordan In a four-round exhibition at the Dome last 
Thursday night. The event sparked the possibility of 
A fight on the Sq>t. 14 card. 

Inimediatdy following the exhibition Jordan took 
the mkroi^one in the rii^ and challenged Bobick to 
a fight in September. 

Both boxws accused ei^ other of undue 
anressiveness during the bout. What was suppossed 
to have been a frioidly sparring session saw Bobick 
leave the ring with a bruised, swollen face and Jordan 
a black eye. 

Bewick's manago- Dave Wolf was visibly irritated 
with the turn of events and accepted Jordan's 
duUlrage of a future match. 

Boxing promoter Ed Owois said the fight would 
{vobably take place <m either the Sq)t. 14 or Oct. 19 
card. 

Later in the evening Thursday Fred Brown landed 
a unanimous decision over Jesse Carter for the 
Virginia middlewdght boxing title. 

Brown dearly controlled the tO-round fight. A 
right to Carter's jaw in the fourth round sent the 
challenger to the ropes and triggered a standing eight 
count. 

Brown's |vo record now stands at 1 1-2. 

The scheduled Virginia heavyweight title bout 
between Leroy Boone ami Bobby Jordan didn't come 
off. An e^ examination that af tonoon revealed that 
Jordan has cataracts in both eyes. 

fai the evening's remaining fights. Brad Crane of 
Nwfolk knocked out 180-pound John Beveridge of 
'WMtVinfh^ifltdyflftt local appearance. •<^.m3,^, 

A leYt ^ ^^^fiiidMSnt Beveridge down at 2:S9 of 
the first round; ''■■'" ''' ,*■ '" -^ i.frto . .-.,..0 :vi. ; 

Richmond heavyweight James Rdd won over 38- 
year-oM Ted Hamilton of West Virginia with a 
technical knockout at 1 :32 of the third round. 

A six-round welterweight match between Van Tate 
of Vir^a Beach and Julius Spell of Norfolk saw 
Tate as the winner. 




A foor-rovnd exhibition between Speedy Jordan, left, 
and Duane Bobick, sparked interest in a flght between 
the pair in Virginia Beach in the near futuK. 




Fred Brown, left, won a nnanlnoas dcdalon over Jeaic 
Carter in the Vlisiaia middiewdglit boxing 
championship. Brown denUnated the 10-ronnd flghi, 
His pro record now stands at 11-2. 



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Virginia Beach Public Notices 



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VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THfi 7th DAY OF 
Augifit, 1978. 

In re: Adoption of Michial 
Allisoa Adair 

By: L^ie R. and Dormhy 
W.Allison, 
I^itionors 

To: Jon Michael Adur 
Address Unknown 

ORDER 

This day came Leslie R. 
AlliscHi and Dorothy W. 
Allison, Petitioners, and 
rqjresented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Michial Allison Adair, by 
Leslie R. Allison and 
Dorothy W. Allison, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that Jon 
Michael Adair, a natural 
paroit of said child, is a 
non-resid«nt of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: Unknown. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Jon Michael 
Adair appear on or before 
the 27th day of 
September, 1978 and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in thb 
matter. 

A copy teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk - 
^6y: Patti A. Keeneha|, 
Deputy Clerk. « 

WiUiam F. Buniside, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1062 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23431 

VBS 8/16.8/23. 8/30, 9/6 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
THE 7TH DAY OF 
August, 1978. 



necessary to protect 
interest in this matter. 



In re: Adoption 
Gordon Rubin Schult 



of 



By: Dana Allan Weber 
and Katherine Ann Weber 
Petitioners 

To: John Irving Schulf 

449-84-4490 

Company C, 143rd Signal 

Battalion 

APO New York, New 

York 09039 

ORDER 

This day came Dana 
AUan Weber and 
Kathoine Ann Wd)er, 
Petitioners, . and 

represented that the object 
of this procmding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above nam^ infant, 
Cordon Rubiri Schult, by 
Ikna Allan Weber and 
Katherine Ann Weber, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that John 
Irving Schult. a natural 
IMrent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post o^ice address 
being: Com|»ny C, 143rd 
Signal bittalion, APO, 
New York, New York 
QS9(B. 

it is therefore (Wered 
that the said John Irvin 
Schuft ai^^rr before this 
0>urt wfthin ten (10) days 
after poUiation of this 
Order and itidiaite his 
' tttiltMr toward the 
pn^x^nl ttta^on, or 
mherwise dto-what is 



A fopy teste: 3<Atn V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

William F. Bumsite, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1062 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
234SI 

VBS 8/16. 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va., on the 7th day of 
August, 1978. 

Delores Ann Jones Fi^s, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Alonzo L. Fields, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of that the 
parties have lived separate 
and apart without any 
cohabitation and without 
jitferruption for more than 
one year, to-wit, dnce 
approximately Febnuuy 
16, 1969. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdng: 
318 23rd Street, South 
Seattle, WasMngton. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 27th of 
Septemberr 1978, 
what 

protect haintttest in tkat 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V^ 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keendian. 

Deputy a^k. 

Glenn B. McClanan,p.q. 

425 South Witchduck 

Road 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23462 

VBS 8/16. 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 



his ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Of^x of 
the Ciroiit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA.. on the 7th day of 
August, 1978. 

Martin G.Lorenz, 

PlainUff, 

agaiast 

Ann A. Lorenz. 

Defoidant. «• 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and ^Mrt 
for a period of more than 
oneyear. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virguua. the last kiwwn 
post office address being: 
Waktron Island, 

Washington 98297. It U 
ordered th^ she do appear 
on or before the 27th of 
Sq>tembCT, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest m this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: Joha V. 
'Fentrw 

By: PiUti A. Keenehan, 
Dq>uty Clerk. 

Rbbert B. Cromwdl, Jr., 

p.q. 

Pembroke One-Suite S2S 

Virgihi* Beach. VA. 

234^. 



VBS 

9/6 



8/16, 8/23, 8/30. 



to otedn a <ilv«ea a 
mensa et thoro, whkh 
iqxm |»cq)er %p0et^^ 
at the proper time «^ ^ 
raeiied into a divorce a 
vinralo matrim(»ii ffom 
the said defen^BU. upon 
Uie grounds of d«iati«i. 

And an affidavit having 
bcoi made and fUed that 
the defendant is a non- 
r^dcnt of the SMt of 
Virginia, the lilt known 
pott office addre« bdaf : 
11932 Triskett Road. 
Qevdand, Ohio 4413S. ft 
is ordered that it» ib> 
appear on or before the 
22nd of September, 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect \m 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Louis W. Ktfshner, p.q. 
P.O. Box 62484 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23462 

VBS 8/9. 8/16, 8/23, 8/30 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICAtlON 

In (bMSlcrk's Qffvce jd| 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 27th day of 
July, 1978. 

Deborah Garrett Cox, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

James Richard Cox, 

Defendant. 



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McENANEY and change 
of name to DAWN 
MARIE STEVENS. 

The Petitiono-s pray 
and a Final Order of 
AdojMion be entered in the 
above-styled adoption 
allowing the adoption and 
change of name without 
the consent of the natural 
father, Matthew Midiael 
McEnaney, Jr., whose 
consent appears to be 
unobtainable or may be 
being withheld contrary to 
the best into^ts of the 
child. 

An affidavit has beoi 
made and filed that 
Matthew Michael 

McEnaney, Jr., is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, his last known 
address being: Naval 
Station, Keflavki, Iceland, 
Box 33, FPO, New York, 
09571, it is ORDERED 
that he appear on Of 
before the 18th day of ■ 
September, 1978 and 
protect his interest herein. 

It is further ORDERED 
that this Order be 
published once a week for 
four (4) successive weeks 
in the Vkginia Beach Sun, 
a newspaper published in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 
■■• - ^ ■ .;'•■ f •-.-[ ■ ". ' 
1 request this: * 

Michael E. Grey, p.q. 

Grey, Nielsen, Grey & 

Arsenault 

160 Newtown Road, Suite 

215 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23462 

VBS8/5;8/l#,8/23,8/3p, 



onmmop 

ICATION 



In the Clerk's Office of 
Occult Court of t|)e 

tt^ of Virginia Beach; 
VA.. on the 1st day of 
August, 1978. 



The object of this suit is 

^^fToT'S^'^iS VIRGINIA: N THE 

£L/ unm. IS^^IRCUIT COURT ©F 
defendant, upon the ^p 

grounds of earlier ^H^ ^"^^ "*^ 



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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit CouA of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va., on the 7th day of 
August, 1978. 

Janice Marie Carridc, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

James Patrick Carrick, 

Defendant. 

The ob^ of this wit is 
to obtain a di^^icce a 
vinculo matrinM>nli fr<»i 
tlw said defeiKlam, upmt 
the grounds of one yew 
separetion. 

And an affidavit having 
beoi made and filed that 
the defenduit is a turn- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia. tN test known 
post office address b^ag: 
Corpus ChristI, T«as. It 
is ordered that \» do 
appmr on or bef(^ the 
27th of Septembw, 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to pcoted his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste:J(rfm V. 

Fentre» 

By: Piuti A. Kea^uui, 

Deputy Clerk. 

WayiKG.^wa,p.q. 
122S Vii^inia Nat*l Bank 
BMg. 
'WMf<rfk.VA.2llI«' 



Michael Wayne 

Roonmich, 

Plaintifr, 

agaimt 

Donna Lou Roonmidi. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to drtito a ^<xoe a 
vinculo matrinumii from 
the said defoMlaiit, ^p<mi 
the grounds of dontion 
lasting mwe than om 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
be«i made and filed thw 
the d^ndam is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Vii^nia, the test kiumm 
poit of^ adtbos bdng: 
26 East Avoiiw, Livonk, 
New York 14487. It is 
(ordered that sIm do anMar 
m or Wort the 21st of 
Sej^mher, 1978. toA do 
what any be ncoeoary to 
proted faor iaterttt in thk 
suit. 

A eopy-Tette: John 

V.Fentrett 

By: PMi A. K e e n dian, 

DeputyClnk. 

OonaldE. Lee, Jr. p.q. 

Virginia BeachiVA. 

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ORDI^OF 

nsuACAtKm 

In the C3^*s Office of 
the C^ciUt Court of the 
Oty of Virgiaia BeKh, 
VA., on the 2nd d^ of 
Augutt. 1978. 

Michael O'Connel 
KinoM, 
Ptatom, 
an^tt 



VBS 8/16. B/23. 8/30. 9/6 The object of this suit is 



marriages «dsting at the, 
tipe th^p^;«sent mw^M§f' 
waf altered tiito or in the 
alternative des^tion. 
. And an affidavit having 
been nuuie and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
VirgiQia, the last known 
post office adtfress being: 
Post Office Box 17, 
Cali4[>yso, North 

Car^riina. It is ordaed 
that he do q)pear on or 
before the 18th of 
Septonber, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
ivotect lUs intorest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Eatress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Dq>uty Clerk. 

Thomas B. Shuttkworth. 
p.q. 

^te 211, Pembroke 
Three Udg. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

yiW8/2, 8/9, 8/16, 8/2r 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT 

CLQUcs offk:e or 

THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA MBACH ON 
THE 2Mh DAY d^ 
JULY. 1978. 

ta re: Moptkm of 
DAWN MARIE 

McENANEY and chai«e 
of name to DA^Xil4 
MARIE STEV&@ 

By: RUSSEL WILLLM^ 
STB\^NS and HELD^ 
MARGARET 
MAHONEYSH^^NS, 
Husbaiui and Wife 

IN CHANCERY NO. C- 
78-1139 

OR£SROF 
PUBUCAttoN 

Xte (^3ie^ of this^stdt to 
forl^ Pe^»m u> 
is^m tte ti^ttan^^ 
DAWN MARIE 



VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 28th DAY OF 
JULY, 1978 

IN RE; Discharge from 
Liability to V. Alfrei 
Etheridge, Former 

Treasurer of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



IN CHANCERY NO. 
C78-362 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

THIS MATTER Came 
to be heard upon the 
petition of V. Alfred 
Etheridge, fomi^ 

treasurer of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
by counsel, to be 
discharged from liability 
l«irsuant to Section 58-933 
of the Code of Virginia; 
and 

WHEREAS, the 

certificates required by 
Section 58-933 of the 
Code of Virginia having 
been presented to this 
Cour^; and 

WHEREAS, the 

aforesaid Section 58-933 
Of the Code of Virginia 
requires jHiMlcation of 
notice in a newspaper 
designated by the Court 
(mn a week for a period 
of four succe»ive weeks 
and by p<»tii^ at tlw front 
^)or of thtt Court, it is 
hereby ORDER^ that 
the Clerk of this Court (1) 
publish a copy of this 
Onler in tlM Vir^nia 
BtKh Sun owxa««ek fw 
a period of four su<xe»iye 
weeks and (^ post a copy 
(rf this Ortte- at the front 
doctt of this Court, stating 
■nd V. Alfred Etheridge, 
fom^r tro^irer of tte 
aty of Vir^nia Beach, 
wtH move tlw Court <» the 
22ad day of Septonber, 
1978, at 10:00 A.M. at the 
OMtrt^wse t\«fto( to 
ait« an «ite of find 
dischtf^ from Ability to 
him. 

I ask for this: 



V.Alfred Etheridge, Jr. 

Attctfi^forthe 

Petitioner 

128 S. Lynnhaven Road 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23452 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va., on the 2nd day of 
August, 1978. 

Dianna Jean Bailey, 

PlainUff, 

against 

Cedric Levin Bailey, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtidn a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of a 
continuous one-year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and fil,e(l that . 
the defendant is a non- , 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
unknown. It is ordered 
that ^ dp appear op. or 
before the 22nd of 
September. 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

FeiUress 

By:Patti A. Keenehan, 

DNeputy Clerk. 

t^ *ainic of Wm. 
Mwrit, p.q. 
12160ranbySt^ 
Norfolk, VA. * 

VBS 8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30 

okimtibF 

PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia beach, 
VA., on the 8th day of 
August, 1978. 

Judith Kay Scharle, 

PlainUff, 

a^nst ' 

Joseph M. Scharle, II, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce § 
vinculo matrimoiUi from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the Swe of 
Virginia, the last known 
' post office addre$s bdng: 
1475 Canyon Cove Laitt, 
Apartnwnt 36, Ogdten, 
Utah 88401. It to ordered 
that he do wppetjt on or 
before the 28th of 
Septonber, 1978, aiKl do 
what may be necenary to 
protect hto interest in thto 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: Jdin V. 

Fentms 

By: PatU A. Keendian, 

Deputy Clerk 

^on P. Klo^pel, p.q. 
High A Crawford Streeu 
P.O. Drvim 10 
Portsmouth, VA. 23705 

VBS 8/16, 8/23, 8/%, 9/6 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In Uie Cterk's Oftke of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virgiaia BMdi, 
VA., on the 26th day of 
July, 1978. 

PiiridaA.NIederhuUi, 

nunUff, 

i^nn 



Wayne L.Niederhuth, 
Defendant. 

The object of thto suit to to 
obtain a divorce a vinculd 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon- the 
grounds of separation for 
more than one year 
continuously without 
cohabitation and VVkhout 
interruption. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant to a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last kiu^jfu 
pmt office uldress being: 
Office of the Chaplain, 
Nav. Reg. Med. Cen., 
Great Lakes, Illinois, 
6008B. It to ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
15th of September, 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect hto 
interest in thto suit. 

A copy-Teste; Jqhn.V. 
Fentress ^' 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Raymond H. Strople, p.q< 
;P.O. Box 1138 
Portsmouth, VA. 2^05 

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ORDER QF 
PUBLICATION^ 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia «Qn -the 26th day 
of July, 1978. 

JamM Robert Boettiger, 

Plaintiff, 

agajlAst ^ ' 

Susan Annette BotUgcr. 

Defendant. 

The object of thto su|^to 
to obtain a divorce # 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said dfefend^nt upon 
the'-grounds of s^Mmtion 
for more than one year. 

And a^'^ affi(l^vlt 
having been made^and 
filtxl that the defendant is 
a non-resident ofm&ate 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 4S36 West Quon. 
Glendale, Arizona 85302. 
It to ordered that she do 
^pear on or hefore the 
15th of September, 1978. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in thto suit/ 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A, Keenehan. 

Deputy Clerk. 

Frank E. Butl», III, p.q. 
24^ Virginia Be^ch Blvd. 
Virginia Beacli.VA. 

VBS 8/2. 8/9. 8/16, 8/23 

-Tf— 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In die Clerk's Office of 
Oie Orcuit Court of die 
City of Virginia BeacH, 
VA.. on die 25th day of 
July, 1978. 

Koimth MiUs Roxlmrgh, 

ir., 

PWntiff . 

Catherine Anne 

Shewdiuck Roxtmrgh, 
Defendant. 

TN (4)je(^ of dito nut to 
tp obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be 
nwrged ufton proper 
^ylicatlon bto a divc^oe 
a vtnoilo mMrimonii frcm 
die'siM (^ndant, upon 
the gttMWte of dcMTtton 
of C<mqMMnt by the 
Respomtait on Novoi^wr 
1,1977.; 

And M affida^ iMv^ 
bee^ made wd IHijI tfMt 
tte ^fimlant to a mm- 
teMm ot the Smc of 



Vir^nia, the lut known 
post office address being: 
411 Kouatze Memorial 

Drive, Bdlevue, Nebraska 
68005. It to ordered that 
•he do appear on or before 
the 14th of September, 
1978, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
l^te^t in thto suit. 

A co|^-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deput^^Clerk. 

,<• 
Stepfa^ ; • R. Margulies, 

p.q.' ' 

Twenty^nine Seldon 

Arcade 

Norfolk, VA. 

VBS8/2, 8/9, 8/16, 8/23 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Ip th^ Clerk's Offke of 
tiK Circuit Court of the 
dtyof Virgiaia Beach. 
VA., on the 10th day of 
August. 1978. 

Cyn^ia June Sheldon 

Drury, , 

Plaihtiff. 

against 

Robot Charles Drury, 

Defendant. 

the object of this suit to 
to dbtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from ^ 
the^said defendant, upon 
the'grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
T682 Dylan Drive, 
Vit^lm Beuh. Virginia 
234^>lijft ordered Uiat he 
do^ppear«in or before the 
2nd of October, 1978, and 
do'what may be necessary 
'to iwotect his interest in 
thto suit. 

'A fCopy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

CUude Michael 

Sdaldone, p.q. 
324 London Blvd. 
Olde Towne. Portsmouth, 
VA. 23704 

VBS 8/16, 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THB 
CLARK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 24di DAY of July, 
1978. 

In re: Ado{^on of Bal^ 
Boy No. 26016 and chuige 
of name to RAMSEY 
BRYAN DUDLEY 

By: DANIEL SHIPP 
DUDLEY and 

CAROLYN RAMSEY 
DUDLEY, 

Petitionen 

TO: JOHN DOE, 
Unknown Natural Father, 
Address Unknown 

Thto (tey came DANIEL 
SHIPP DUDLEY and 
CAROLYN RAMSEY 
DUDLEY. Petitioners, 
md r e prw ented thitt tite 
djject of dito |mx!M(Ung 
to to eff^ the iKloption of 
^ tt»ve named infaM, 
Baby Boy No. 26016 and 
diange of name to 
RAMSEY BRYAN 
DUDLEY, by DANIEL 
SHIPP DUDLEY and 
CAROLYN RAMSEY 
DUDLEY, husband ud 
wife, mi a^Aivb luivi^ 
been nM4e ^ Mid Ott 
JOHN &m,% tt^tt 
parait ^ tM t^U, it ■ 
nom-tm^M of ^^M 



^m^mtmmi 



mmm 



VmcaNIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 23, 1578 



mm^^,m' J-i. 



VhrgiiMa BmcH Public Notices Cont'd 



1$ Virginia, the last 
pMt office address 
bting: Unknown. 

It Is tho'efore Ordered 
Aat the said JOHN DOE 
^ppou- before this Court 
en or before the 7th day of 
September, 1978, and 
ipilicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
idbption, or otherwise do 
wliat is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

R: Stanley Hudgins, p.q. 
1102 First A Merchants 
BankBldg. 
Norfolk, VA. 23510 

YES 8/2. 8/9, 8/16, 8/23 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 1ST DAY OF 
AliJGUST, 1978 

CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH. VIRGINIA, 
A^unicipal Corporation, 
Complainant, 

v& 

JQSEPH A. SIMONS 

a/k/a JOSEPH A. 

SIMON a/k/a JOS. A 

SmiON a/k/a J.A. 

SIMON, Address 

Unknown, and this 

defendant's consort, if 

ai^ there be, whose names 

arc also unknown, and if 

the defendants be dead, 

their surviving consorts, if 

any tho-e be, the 

defendant's children, if 

any there be, their heirs at 

law, next o^f skin 

devise(», 'T^fiees, 

phonal representatives. 

lifn creditors, and the lien 

creditors of any heirs or 

d<Msees. and any other 

person or corporation 

hgving any interest in the 

stil)ject matter of this suit. 

aH of whose names and 

p<ist office addresses are 

completely unknown; and 

that all said parties are 

hereby made parties 

defendant to this 

pi^ceeding by the general 

dflljcription of "PARTIES 

DiFENDANT." 
D^endants 

ORDER OF 
;; PUBLICATION 

^e object of this suit is 
fo| the said Complainant 
ti^force its lien for tax« 
aiiii to sell for the payment 
oficertain delinquent taxes 
the real estate described at 
th| end of this Order of 
Pi|>lication, same being 
looued in the City of 
Vi|pnia Beach, Stote of 
V^pnia. 

Md an Affidavit 
hiding b^n made and 
fil|d tluu the Defendant is 
ui^BCMn as to 
WK^nbouts, address and 
towkMi, althouf^ due 
diftence has been used by 
K^^ on behalf of the 
OfapUnant, its ^ents 
anl ationMys, to ascotain 
thf county or c»rporatk)n 
inf^ which the said 
fendant is residing, but 
It effect, the ' last 
vn post office a<Mr^ 
tlw said Defien(fawt 
unknown and 
hie; it is 

BO that he do 
^tt on or before 
theplst day of September, 
I9:i and do what may be 
m^mn/ to prtMect his 
iwinsH in this suit. 

lboali^k:ription 

lOFREALESATC 

ALt TWm^ CERTAIN 
kMi fimm m p«^ of 

l^iliaia, kiKwa. 




numbered and designated 
as Lots 1 and 2, in Block 
1 19, and Lots 5.6 and 7, in 
Block 121, on the Plat of 
Lakewood, property of 
Virginia Beach Realty 
Corporation, dated June 
22, 1925, made by 
Clodfelder^ and Schisler, 
Engineers, which said map 
is duly recorded in the 
Clerk's Office in Map 
Book 7, at Page 100; 
reference is hereby made 
to said plat for a more 
particular description 
thereof. 

IT BEING THE SAME 
property conveyed to Jos. 
A. Simon a/k/a Joseph 
A. Simon by deed of 
Virginia Beach Realty 
Corporation dated 

September 5, 1925 for 
Lots 5, 6 and 7, in Block 
121, and September 2, 
1925, for Lots 1 and 2, in 
Block 119; and duly 
recorded in Deed Book 
130, at Page 502, for Lots 
5, 6 and 7, and Deed Book 
128, at Page 426, for Lots 
land 2. 

A COPY TESTE: John V. 

Fentress, Clerk. 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Larry Wise, p.q. 

P.O. Box 15142 

Chesapeake, VA. 23320 

VBS 8/9, 8/16. 8/23, 8/30 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 10th day of 
August. 1978. 

Betty Jean Fentress. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said the defendant, 
upon the grounds of one 
year separation. 

And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant's 
last known post office 
address is 2936 Holland 
Road, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and that due 
diligent has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or 
corporation the defendant 
is, without effect. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 2nd of 
October, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Forest A. Nester, p.q. 

Department of Social 

Services 

Municipal Center, 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

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ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 9th day of August, 
1978. 

David Walter George, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Suzanne Louise 

Timmerman George, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
flMwa M thoro from the 
nU defendant upon the 



grounds of willful 
desertion or 

abandonment. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, but that her last 
known post office address 
was 273 Citation Drive, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
It is ordered that Suzanne 
Louise Timmerman 

George do appear on or 
before the 29th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

Whiteman&Yon,p.q. 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 23502 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 3rd day of 
August, 1978. 

Sarah H. Larmour, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Robert Baker Larmour, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of Constructive 
Desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Route 3, Box 490, Bassett. 
Virginia 24055. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 25th of 
Sep|ember, 1978, ^ddOn 
f whit' i!ifi^||%eM6sarf %« 
' protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Nathaniel J. Cohen, p.q. 

P.O. Box 572 

P.O. Box 573 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23451 

VBS 8/16, 8/23. 8/30. 9/6 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the aerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 
VA.. on the 9th day of 
August, 1978. 

Robert Lee Carroll, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

R(Ke Nobey Carroll. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of cruelty 
tantamount to 

constructive desertion. 

And an affidavit having 

been made and filed that 

thie defendant is a non- 

i^klent of the State of 

Virginia, since after a 

diligent search the 

complainant has been 

unable to locate the 

defendant at her last 

known address; to-wit: 

947 Virginia Beach Blvd.. 

Triangle Trailer Court, 

Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It is ordernl that she do 

app^u- on or before the 

29th of SeiMember, 1978, 

and do what may be 

neassary to protect her 

imer«t in this suit. 

A copy-T«te: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. K^nehan, 

Deputy Cterk. 



James A. Gorry. Ill, p.q, 
P.O. Box 626 

Virginia Beach, VA. 
23451 

VBS 8/16, 8/23, 8/30. 9/6 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of tte 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 1 1th day of 
August, 1978. 

Janet Grahovac Wilson, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Patrick G. Wilson, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defmdant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 



without interruption since 
January 5, 1977, a period 
of time in excess of one 
year. 

And an affidavit hawing 
b^ made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
recent of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
poM office address being: 
CPW - 5 TSC, NAS, 
^tinswick, Maine. It is 
or<|ered that he do appnr 
on or before the 2iid of 
October, 1978, and do 
wlut may be iwcess«ry to 
pnMect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Pantress 

9ft Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Mrs. Janet B. Burt, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach. VA. 
23451 

VBS 8/16. 8/23. 8/30, 9/6 



NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing mi Wednesday, September 6, 
1978, at 7:30 P.M. in the Council Chambers, 
Administration Building, Municipal Center. Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. The foUowinf applications will appear 
on the agenda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1 . Randy E. and A|^ M. McRae request a wriance of 
6.5 feet to a 3.3 foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet 
as required (detached accessory building) on Lot 11, 
Block B, Section 3, Fox Run, 4766 Rosecroft Street. 
Konpsville Borough. 

2. Oliver Family Land Trust requests a variance of 4 feet 
in fence height to an 8 toot fence instead of a 4 foot 
fence as allowed in a required setback from a street on a 
Parcel, Chesi4)eake Beadi, 4816 Shore Drive. Bayside 
Borough. 

3. Frank Robert and Robert William DeMille request a 
variance of 20 feet to a 30 foot front yard setback 
instead of 50 feet as required of Lot 14, Block 1. Tract 
A, Sandbridge Beach, 2424 North Sandfiddler Road. 
Prinwss Anne Borough. 

4. Aubrey Soper, III requests a varfaim of 10 feet to a 

"0" setbadk from both >^)wtk Avenue and from the 
I boardwalk Xtatt prdptrfy l^^cad of ID feet each as 

required on the south 25 f^ft of L^ 6, Block 21. 

Virginia Beach Devdofment Co., 2101 Atluitic 

Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

5. Michael D. Allen requests a variance of 20 feet to a 30 ' 
foot setback from Inlynnview Road instead of 50 feet as 
require (detached aenssory buOdinf and swimming 
pool) and a variance of 2 feet in feiwe Iwifht to a 6 foot 
fence instead of a 4 foot fence as allowed in a required 
setback from a street (Inlynnvfew Road) on Lot 17. 
Block A, Trent Berkshhre, 2429 Bluecastle Lane. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

6. F. Beale Wilhoit requests a variance of 10 feet to a 20 
foot front yard setback (Egret Pdnt) faiMeed of 30 feet 
as required of Lot 5, Sylvan Lake, 1204 Bgret Point. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

7. F. Beale Wilhoit requesu a variance of 10 feet to a ^ 
foot front yard setback (I^et Potatf) insMui of 30 feet 
as required of Lot 6, Sylvan Lake. 1200 Egret Point. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

8. F. Beale Wilhoit requesu a varlaace of 10 feet to a 20 
foot front yard setback (Sendee Oesoent) instead qf 30 
feet as required on Lot 30, Syl^ Lake. 1992 Sendee 
Crescent. Lynnhaven Borough. 

9. Gary M. Price requests a variance of 9 feet to a 1 foot 
side yard adjacent to a street (Cypteit Avenue) instead 
of 10 feet as previously granted by the Bowd of Zoning 
Appeals on Lot 1. Block 44. Sfeadowlawn Hdghts. 
Winston-Salem Avenue. Virginia Beach Borou^. 

10. Hardee's Restaunnt requeM a variance of 18 
square feet per face to 143 square fm per face uutead 
of 1 25 square feet per fi^e as alloiMi fora free s t a ndi ng 
sign on a Pared, Levd Green, (O^UMmMtm Road. 
Kan|»ville &>roi^. 

11. Hardee's Restaurant reque^ a nriawe of 18 
square feet per face to 143 ^uare feet pa face instead 
of 125 square feet pa faM u allowed Cor a free-standing 
sign on Parcel A. Praibroke Maiuw, Tpt Inckfjendoice 
Boulevard. Baysifte B(MOu^. . 

12. Letty E. Malenda reqimu a vi^lai^ of 3 feet to a 7 
foot side 3wd setlndt instead of^lO feet as required 
(w^ inrop^y line • nrinsming po<4 m Lot I, l^k 2. 
Windsor Woods. 3908 W. Colonial Parkway. 
K«)|»ville Bortragh. 

13. Donald Lee Cumnri^i requests a ^ftaace to allow 
lurking of a maj(v rcat^km^ eqi^pOMOt to front of a 
buikiing instead of bdiind the nearer pnlion of a 
buiMing adjacem to a public street W Lot 4, Block B, 
Sei^ion 4, Cedar HItt. ^1 ^UmMf Court. 
Kem|»vilte'Borou^. 

14. James T. White requau a MK^moe to allow 
ov^nwht paricing <rf a oemmmM ^^rie peatcr tlum 
3/4 ton oipactty in a resident i^tt^ wh«e 
prohibital on Lot 25, ^ck 6, $$^m 9, Windsor 
Woods. 3712 GIttistoBe Drive. Kempi^ torough. 



year separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office Mldress bdng: 
243 N. Jaurez Avenue. 
Cuidad Juarez. Mexico. It 

na? .^kdum that" hrt<Ay'' 



15. Lynnhaven Station Company by Owen Pickett. 
Attorney, requests a variance to allow a second free- 
standing sign instead of one free-standing si^ as 
flowed {Ml 1.96 acm, northwnt Gortm of North 
Lynnhaven Road and the Norfolk-Southem Railroad. 
Pinewood Gardens, 101 North Lynnhaven Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

16. Michael L. Crowder requests a variance to allow 
parking of a major recreational equiimimt in front of a 
building instead of behind the neamt portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street son Lot 7, Section 
LM-5A, Green Run, 1357 Green Cedar Lane. Princess 
Anne Borough. 

DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1 . Jesse J. Myrick requests a variance to allow parking 
of a major recreational equipmait in front of a building 
instead of behind the aeanst portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Lot 133, Pembroke 
Meadows, 633 Abbey Drive. Bayside Borough. 

2. Redford and Harrell by James H. Harrell requests a 
variance of 8 feet to a "0" side yard setback (west 
property line) instead of 8 feet as required when 
industrial zoning adjoins residential (R-8) zoning 
district on Parcel A, Subdivision of Part of Property of 
Howard P. Ives, Bells Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. John M. Hdlig requ^ts a variance to allow {wrking 
of a major recreational equipment in front of a building 
insteul nf behind the nearest portion of a building 
ad^cent to a public street on Lot 22, Section 2, 
Huntington, 148 Upperville Road. Kempsville Borough. 

4. Robert Lee and Laure J. Graham, Jr. request a 
variance of 15 feet to a 15 foot front yard setback 
instead of 30 feet as required and of 2.5 feet to a 7.5 
foot side yard setback instead of 10 feet as required on 
Lot 143. Laurel Manor, 817 Plymouth Lane. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 
BOARD 



W. L. Towers 
Secretary 

VBS 8/16. 8/23 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 17th day of 
August, 1978. 

Darlenfi^,4flWbs,/t n- r- 
Plaintiff, t..'/ sifj no 
against -r.; is 

Ronald L. Jacobs, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
f vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of sepanuion 
lasting for a period of 
more than one year under 
Section 20-91(9) of the 
Code of Virginia (1950). 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post offi(x ^dress bdng: 
Security Police Stati<^«^ 
USNS Midway Island.l 
F.P.O, San Francisco? 
CaUfornia 96614. It is 
ordo-ed that he do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
October, 1978, and do 
what nuiy be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A (»py-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Theodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Princos Anne Pltaz 
P.O. Box 2193 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23452 

VBS 8/23. 8/30. 9/6, 9/ 13 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Vir^nla Beach. 
VA.. on the 18th day of 
August, 1978. 

Valflf-ia Taddd Caron. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Robert Cu-on, 

Defendant. 

The obJKt of this suit is 
to (rfKdn a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tlMi said (kfendant, upra 
the groumis of one (1) 



OROBKOF 
PUBLICATION 

In the C^k's Office of 
the Circutt Court of the 
aty of Virginia Bead, 
VA., on the 15th day of' 
August, 1978. 

Robert Harold Salvin, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Wendy Carol &tvin. 

Defendant. 

The object of this m^il 
to obtain a divwce a 
vinculo matriiiK)!^ ftoa| 
the said defeiKlant, vp9» 
the grounds of one year 
seperetion. 

And an affidavit Ittyias' 
been made and filed tlMf 
the defendant is a iHMh 
r^ident of the 9tate of 
Virginia, the ^ last known 
post office address beii^: 
1641 3rd AveriiM, Apt. 
14E, New Yorie, New 
York 10028. It is ordered . 
that she do ^>pear on m 
before the Stb of Oetoker, 
1978, and do wiurt WKtht- 
necessary to protect hm-' 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Oerk. 

Carroll O.Ferrell,p.q. 

4565 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, VA, 

23462 

VBS 8/23, 8/30, 9/S.fi/13 

I ■ ■ I II III IMIW I ■ — ^W^,ip^<>^«^ 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Grcuit' Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 16th day of 
August, 1978. 

Jeanne C.Oidlcy, 

PlaiMiff, 

against 

Stewart R. Gidlcy, 

Defendant. 

THe bb)eot}OftM^^(# >!^ 



9th of ©dclbBr,^1978, afltf -^ toiobtain a divorce ♦^t 
do what may be necessary vinculo inatrimcmii from 



to protect his interest in 
this suit. 



A copy-Teste: 
Fentress 
By: Patti A. 
Deputy Clerk. 



John V. 



Keenehan, 



Alex H. Adkins, p.q. 
P.O. Box 12571 
306 Executive Office 
Blvd.- Janaf 
Norfolk, VA. 23502 
VBS 8/23. 8/30, 9/6. 9/13 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 
VA.. on the 15th day of 
August, 1978. 

Michael Eugene Cody, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Zoe Rae Neville Cody, 

Defendant. 

Hie object of this suit is 
to obtain a divtmx a 
nwnsa A thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affida^t having 
been made and filed thM 
the defaidant is a non- 
resident of the &ate of 
Virpnia. the last known 
post office addr^ bdng: 
923 North HIU, 
Springfield, IQhiois 627Q2. 
It is ordo^ that ste do 
appov cm or before the 
4th of October. 1978 and 
do what may be necanry 
to i^t»te^ Im intact in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fmtress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

DqnityC^k. 

Hmmus C. Broyl^, p.q. 

Padfic AvraiK at 3Sth 

Str^ 

Virginu Batch, VA. 

23431 

VBS 8/23. 8/M, 9/5, 9/13 



the said defendant, upeM 
the grounds of one yftr 
separation without 

cohalHtation< and wiUlMtt 
mtemiptlon Sec. 20>91 
(9). 

And an affidavit having 
been made and fited thft 
the defendant is a non* 
resulent of the State of 
Virginia, the last luunm 
post office addrcu hdag; 
P.O. Box 3393, Redondd 
Beach, CaUfornia 90277.' 
It is ordered that he 4o 
appear on or before ^ 
6th of October. 1978, and 
do what nuy be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: JohnV. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A.' Keenehan, 

Deputy Qerk. 

Timothy W. Fhichcm, 

p.q. 

Suite 311, 160 Newtown 

Road 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23462 

VBS 8/23^8/30, 9/3. 9/13 

ORDEROF 

PUBLICATION 

In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Coim of the 
Oty of Virginia Beach. 
VA., on the 14th day <>f 
Augittt, 1978. 

Joe L.David, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Mary Ben David, 

Defoidant. 

The objeA of tto suit is 
to cMi^ a £vwoe a 
vimmlo' rattrinMnU htm ' ^ 
ti^ seld defadant, apM 
the i^uids of etmtinumtt 
icptiatton for ote year.. 

And an af^Mlt h|^^ 
beoi oMuk and IM tet 
the defenAuit tea aon- 
reddMt of Am Stale ^ 
^^nNa, dM ^ Miowa 
post offke ad^oe hdhg: 
Rt 3. Bat 204 



/ 



8 



Virginia Beach Public Notices cont'd 



Q^u^viUe, South 

Cirdiil 29512. It i$ 
ordered thit ste do appear 
on m Wa^ the ^h of 
Octobo^i978. aiul do 
what may be necesutfy to 
ivotect her intotst in this 
suit. 

A (^y-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

B^: fatti A. Keenehan, 

I^ty Clerk. 

T^onas W. Goodman. 
Jr., p.q, 

l»3|jteJanRoad 
VlTkuiti 6each. VA. 
234i51 

VBS8/23. 8/30, 9/5. 9/13 

■ „ . ■ l u ^ II ■ ,1.1 ; , . ■ I - - 

OiU)EROF 
PUBLICATION 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Cgm of the City of 
Virginia Be^ch, on the 
16th day of August, 1978. 

In le: Adoption of Danny 
Theron Lindsey, Jr. 
To be Jiamed Jason Aaron 
Hile 

In Chancery No. C-78-547 



against her Estate have 
been fUed in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Viivnia Beach, Vi^nia, 
ami that six (Q months 
have elapsed since the 
qualification, on motion 
of First & Merchants 
National Bank, Executor; 
It is ORDERED that 
the creditors of. and all 
other interests in the 
estate, do show cause, if 
any they can, on the 8th 
day of September, 1978, 
before this court, against 
the payment and delivery 
of the esute of Agnes T. 
Rob^tson, deceased, to 
the legatees, without 
requiring refunding 

bonds. 



It is further ORDERED 
thiu the Clerk of this 
Court is to forthwith 
transmit a copy of this 
order to the Virginia 
Beach Sun. a nevrapaper 
having general circulation 
in the City of Virginia 
BoK^h so that the said 
newspaper may puUisb 
this notice once a week for 
two successive weeks. 

H. L. Lam 

A copy-Testc: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By: J. Curtis 
Deputy aerk. 



VBS 8/23. 8/30 



Fruit, 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



\^rginia: 



The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Administration Building, City Hall. Princess Anne 
Station. Virginia Beach. Virginia on Monday. 
September 11, 1978, at 1:00 P.M. at which time the 
following applications will be heard: 



CHANGE OF 

CLASSIFICATION: 



ZONING 



DISTRICT 



By: Timothy John 
and Ruth Ann Hile, 
Pirtitionert 



Hile KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



1. 



atong the North side of Hollis Road, running a distance 
of 180 feet along the Eastern property line^ running a 
distamx of 150 feet idong the Northern property line 
and running a dlstalKe of I ^ feet along the East side of 
PiMsant House Road. Said iMrcel contains .61 acre. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

5. ' ^ 

An Ordinance upon ^plication of Paul Louis Ooulet, 
Sr.. for a Chan^ of Zoning District Classificaticm from 
R-8 Residential District to A-2 Apartment District on 
certain propoly locatiM on the North side of Hollis 
Road beginning at a Iwint ISO feet East of Pleasure 
House Rout, running a distance of 240 f^ along the 
North side of Hollis Road, running a distance of 180 
feet along the Eastern property line, running a distance 
of 240 feet along the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 180 feet along the Western 
propoiy line. Said parcel contains .99 acre. BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon ^pUcation of John W. Smith for a 
Change of Zoning District Classifintion from H-1 
Hotel District to B-2 Ccnnnninity-Business District on 
certain property located 180 feet more or less South of 
Shore Drive banning af a point 360 feet more or less 
West of Indepradowe Boulevard, running a distance of 
186 feet in a Wntorly direction, running a distance of 
88 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 
150 feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 93 
feM along the Western property line, running a distance 
of 341 feet along the Southern property line and running 
a distance of 177 feet along the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel rontains 1.08 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

7. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Gilray Land 
Development Corp.. for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-8 Residential District to O-l 
Office District on certain property located at the 
Northeast intersection of Ansol Lane and Bassett 
Avenue, running a distance of 150 feet along the North 



To: Danny Theron 

Lindsey 

720S Marcy, Talbot Park 

Apartmdits, No. C 

Norfolk. VA. 23505 

,' ■ ■* ■" •''' 
V fS»<HU^R 



Petition of Melvin and M. Louise Nobles for a Change side of Ansol Lane, running a distance of 100 feet along 



This day came Timothy 
John Hile and Ruth Aim 
Hile. Petiti<iiicis.. and 
represented that the GbjcO. 
of this proceeding is to 
^ffPlitjlMri4ptio«^dif Of 
ab«ve^wvrmiiied 
Dajuiy tlienm 
Jr.,^y Tuaothy John HUe 
and Kuth Ami Hile. 
huqbaad .and wife» . and 
affid»atv having been 
imMfemd filed that Danny 
Theron Undsey, a nttural 
pai^ oi laid child, is a 
non-resident of vthe State 
of Virginia, the last 
known pofi office address 
bdi«i 7205 Mar^. Talbot 
Par}(^4MrttM»ts, No. C. 
Norf<^, Virginia 23503. 

It it therefore (^dered 
that the said Danny 
Theron Uiidsey i^qiear on 
or bdToni tlie 6th day of 
Octobo:! 1978 and 
indicate his attttude 
toward the proposed 
adoi^on, or otherwise do 
what U necessary to 
{H^tect his mterest in this 
matter. 

Acopy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Ctark 
ByrPatti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clo-k. 

William L. Taliaferro. Jr. 

p.q. 

One Main Plaza East 

Plaza C^^Buildiiv, Suite 

701 

Norfolk, VA. 23510 

VBS 8/23, 8/30, 9/S, 9/13 

, ' ' : 'r t » i n . I 

QmffiROF 
PlfflLIGATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 

ORcurr COURT of 

THE CITY OF 
VIRGINUKACH 



of Zoning District Classification from R-8 Residential 
District to B-2 Community-Business District on certain 
property located at the Northeast intersection of 
Bonney Road and Hoggs Avenue, running a distance of 
120.78 feet along the North side of Bonney Road, 
running a distance of 109.6 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 120 feet along the 
Northern property line and running a distance of 123.4 
feet along the East side of B(%gs Avenue. Said parcel 
contains .32 acre. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



2. 



the Eastern property line, running a distance of 150 feet 
along the Northern propoiy line and running a distance 
of 100 feet along the East side of Bassett Avenue. Said 
parcel contains .34 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



8. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Lynnhaven Inlet < 

Fishing Pier Corporation for a Conditional Use Permit 

for recreational facilities of an outdoor nature (fishing 

pier) on parcels located at the Southeast and Northeast 






An Ordinance upon Application of Carmen M. Gomez 
for a Change of Zoning District Classification from R-8 

Rwlen|ial«DfstriMi«^ft)2 €bmmunity-nishifess District intersections of 'Q^eanAvinM^lMd^S^rfU^^ 
oikrivettdibdpnveityikKpfKi on the North mdc ^ ^..■..c.^.-^y^rr: ^,^mm<^^^^'.^ 

mteit o; Kamps\fill»!Re«d bciinnidg at a point 200 feet East of Parcel 1: Beginning at the lloutheast intersection of 

Undsey, Centerville Turnpike, running a distance of 515.76 feet Ocean Avenue and Starfish Road, running a distance of 

along the North side of Kemi^ville Road, running a 150 feet along the South side of Ocean Avenue, running 

distance of 780.32 feet in a Northwesterly direction, a distance of ISO feet along the Eastern property line, 

running a distance of 56.43 feet fai a Northeasterly running a distance of 150 feet along the Southern 
direction, running a distance of 7^.17 feet In a 
Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 404.06 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 

1098.48 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a Parcel 2: Beginning at the Northeast intersection of 

distance of 2500 feet more or less in a Southeasterly Ocean Avenue and Starfish Road, running a distance of 

direction, running a distance of 180 feet in a 140 feet along the North side of Ocean Avenue, running 

Northeasterly direction and running a distance of 300 a distance of 364.06 feet along the Eastern pr(H>erty line, 



l»-operty line and running a distance of ISO feet along 
the East side of Starfish Road. 



IN RE 
AGNES 
ROBERT^N. 
DECEASED 

tHi^NciRY. 

PAmS4853 



ESTA1B 



OF 

T. 



COURT 



ORG^R 

It . i^japDg. that a 
r^KMt of t^ lU^^UDtS of 
Fbtt 4 Mechants 
Ni^qiMl^iritt WmMm 
of ^mms^sJ^lBm T. 
Rol^^, ^semmdt tni 
^ the Mms and denmA 



feet more or less m a Southo-ly direction. Said parcel is 
irr^ular in shape and contains ^.6 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

3- 

An C^dinance upon Application of Coite B. Rudacil for 

a Chan^ of Zoning District Classification from R-4 

Raidential District to R-9 R^idential Townhouse 

District on parcels located West of Indq)endence 

Boulevard andNorth of Wishart Road. 

Parcel 1: Located SOO feet more or less East of 
Independence Boulevard b^inning at a point 480 fe^ 
more or less North of Wishart Ro«l. running a distance 
of 264 feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance 
of 20S.23 feet in a Westerly direction, runnfaig a 
distance of 625.01 feet in a Northerly direction, running 
a distance of 200 feet in an Easterly direction, running a 
distan<% of 396 feet in a Southerly ^rwtion, running a 
distance of 330 feet in an Easterly direction, running a 
distance of 1S9.72 fMt in a Smitherly &tt&i<m, running 
a distance of 63.26 feet in a Westerly direction, running 
a distance of 271.91 feet in a Southerly direction, 
running a distance of 1S9.96 feet in a Westerly 
direction, running a distance of 63.79 fe^ in a Smithaly 
direction and running a distance of 131.68 feet in a 
W«terly direction. 

Parcel 2: Loated S^ feet more or less East of 
Independence Boulevard N^nning at a point ISIO feet 
more or Ins North of Wishart RmuI, running a distttice 
of 309.74 feet in a Northo-ly direction, running a 
cUstance of 2S2.87 fetn in a Easterly directimi, runni^ a 
cHttUKe of 77 fert in a Northerly direction, runnii^ a 
<foti^ of 1^.24 feet in an Easterly dirKtion, runnii^ 
a diitance of 211.90 f^ in a Southerly direction, 
rumung a distance of 331.98 feet in a Westo^ly 
direction, running a distance of 62 feet in a Southorly 
direction and running a distant of 141.90 feet in a 
Westerly direction. 

Said parcels are irregular in shape and contain 8.112 
acres. BAYSIDE TROUGH. 

4. 

An Onlinanw upon Api^ication of Mi^(rfm L. and 
L^M P. Nock for a Qunge of Zoniiv District 
Oi^^idon from R-8 R»ictential IMttriet to B-2 
Qm^in^BusteiKS District on ^rtdn fmpmy 
tooted at the Northnst into^ion of PI^uk Hwie 
R(mi and Hollis Rmul, running a distan<% of ISO fnt 



running a distance of 140.60 feet along the Northern 
property line and running a distance of 381.10 feet 
along the Western property line. 



Said parcels 
BOROUGH. 



contain 1.68 acres. . LYNNHAVEN 



BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

9. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Boddie-Noell 
Enterprises, Inc., for a Condition^ Use Pomlt for a 
^oline service station and carwash on certain property 
located at the Northwnt intersection of Northampton 
Boulevani uid Bako- Road, running a distance of 200 
feet along the West side of Baker Koad, running a 
distance of 300 feet along the Northern prcq^erty line, 
running a distance of 175 feet along the Western 
propoty line and running a distant of 17S feet along 
the North side of Northampton Boulevard. Said par»l 
contains 1.08 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUOH: 

10. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Mr. and Mra. John 
T. Stanton, Jr., for a Cohtftional Use Perm'* for 
a h(»ne o«%upation (babystotii^ on certain propmty 
locatMl on the S(wth side of Cobblestone Drive 
beginnii^ at a point 160 fMt Eairt of Kings Amu Mve, 
runnhig a dittawK of 73 fe^ along the ScMith side of 
Cobblestone Drive, running a dista^e of 100 fe^ along 
the Eastern property line, running a distance of 75 feet 
along the Southern prc^ierty liiw and running a distaiKe 
of 100 fwt along tl» W^oti property line. Smi parcel 
coataittff 7500 square fleet. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

Motion of the PUmning C<Mnmi^on of tlM City of 
Virginia Beach to amend ai^ reordain Article 1. Section 
102, of the Comprehen4ve Zoning Ordinance to 
establish a R-7A Rnidenthd Distrfct. Mora detwled 
information is avaibble in the Departmmt of Planning. 

12 

Moticn of ths nanoing Connmissicm of the City of 
Virginia B«u:h to amei^ and raordain Article 5, 
S«:tions 553 uid 573. of tte Comprehensi\« 2U»ing 
C^dinam^ pertaining to s^tacks for yards uljacait to 
ti« Atluitk Oemn. Mwe detaiM information a 
available in the Oe|»rtment of Planning. 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1978 



Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 



Richard J. Webbon 
aty Clerk 

VBS 8/23, 8/30 




No go cart track 
hi ivricuKural aroa 



HAY FEVER 

"Hay fever" U actually.^ 
medical misnomer since it has 
nothing to do with either h9f 
or fever. According to na 
jNuni^let Issued by Abb<^^ 
Laboratories, it is' quite sim-. 
ply an allergy developed W 
people with a heightened seA4 
sitivity to certain substant^ 
called dl*rt«ni that are m- 
haled, swallowed, touched W 
injected into the bof y. nq 



Attorney Sam Scott flin)ed on his tape recorder to let 
Virginia Beach city council members listen to the strains 
of a less noisy type engine - the kind that would be used 
on the go cart track his client was planning to build. 

But the majority of council must have figured the 
sounds were still noisy enough to be unsuitable for the 
agricultural site in Princess Anne County. By a vote of 
6-4, council denied the petition of the Winner 
Corporation for a conditional use permit for a 
recreational facility of an outdoor nature (go cart track) 
on a three-acre parcel on the east side of Holland Road," 
south of North Landstown Road. 

Smith, who said he was retained by the applicant after 
the hearing before the Planning Commission which 
recommended denial of the application, had done his 
homework, but it wasn't enough. He said that the go 
cart track would be near a driving range and mini golf 
course, and that Council on June 20. 1977 approved a 
skateboard park nearby on part of the property. 

He said that there were few homa in the am and that 
the applicant had done a lot of research and planned to 
use an engine which was much more quiet than the usual 
go cart variety. He played the tapes to prove it. He also 
pointed out that the noise from the Navy planes was 
greater than the go carts would produce. 

He added that the Navy recommended that land uses 
be of a limited recreational nature, because the property 
lies within a noise zone. 

Councilman J. Curiis Payne said the property just a 
half mile away will soon be developed into residential 
use and felt that a go cart track didn't fit in. 

Voting for denial were Councibnen Donald S. 
Merrick, George R. Ferrell, J. Curtis Payne, Mayor 
Patrick L. Standing and Councilwomen Meyera 
Oberndorf and Barbara Henley. Voting against denial 
were Councilmen F. Reid Ervin, Clarence A. Holland, 
and R. L. Riggs, and Vice Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr. 
Councilman John a. Baum was absent. 




i.ne 






HimHcaiipoci 
award to be 
presented 



Hie Virginia Beach May- 
or's Committee on the Hud- 
ican)ed is sponsoring its 
second annual vtmxd. The 
amud is presented for out- 
standing aocompllshmmt in 
fanproving the lifestyle of the 
hindiciQVed. 

Nomination forms may be 
oiKained by contacting the 
Mayor's Office at 427-4581. 

Deadline for returning the 
nomination fonns has been 
extended to SepUmba IS. 
The Mwud wiU be givoi on 
OctobCT 20, during tlw Na- 
tionil En^oy the Handi- 
capped Wedc. 



Lilfef 

problem 

attacked 

Do ymi want to haow more 
about idiat you on do to 
h^ Virgink Beach loNe Hs 
Utter ptaMtm ? Attmd a 
Clean Cramiaalty System 
Tritaiing Center Seolon. 
fb sertoB idll be hdd oni 
Wednesday, September 13, 
from?— 10 p.m. hi the City 
Coiffldl Oiamben, Ata^ 
fention BuiUfaig, Princess 
Anne Mw^pal Cotter 

To teoehw add Mon a l ta- 
fonm^jia leginUag tl^ j»Or 
tnm or to volunteo' your 
thne to peztic^MUe. idaa oa 
mt^mMtfg thta mtning or 
ooBhKt Benjamin C. Moore, 
l^qiida Beadi Caen Coo- 
mudty Coodaaim at 427- 
4461. 



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CALL 6254543 

The 



RAGWEED OCCURS Ui'. 
VARYING DEGREES df 
density throughout most 
of the United Stafa.V 

Hie sneezin' season is no 
laughing ntatter to the 
millions of Americans wli 
suffer ttom hay fever. Thf 
sufferers react to tot 
260,000 tons of ragw«f<^| 
pollen that natur* dumps ln{4.i 
the air from late summ^) 
through eariy fall. Hv 

Fortunately, Uiere are I41 
number of thingi the* 
pamphlet suggests you can dor 
if you have hay fever: 

1. Ask your doctor abou^'j 
receiving pollen "desensitizai,. 
tion" treatment. It mav 
relieve symptoms wh^riA 
pollen starts flying. q'J 

2. Ask your doctor if m 
thinks drugi, such as anti- 
histamines, might help relievtf "^ 
your symptoms. 

S. Stay indoors with 
conditioning. This helps 
late you from pollen in 
air outside. 

4. Take a vacation when.; 
ragweed is scarce or norP'' 
existent. A\b 

To obtain a free copy qfij 
the pamphlet "Hay Vev^t , 
Holiday." which lUts the bes^'V 
refuges ttom ragweed in th^n 
United States, send a Btampe(^)[.i 
self-addressed business env^- , , 
lope to "Hay Fever." Dept".' 
883NA, Abbott Laboratories/^' 
Abbott Park, North ChicagotM- 
111.60064. i^,. 

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 

The School Board of the City of Virginia Beach, 
Owner 

Sealed bids for the Replacing Roofing for 
Windsor Woods Elementary School for the 
School Board of the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia will be received by E.E. Brickell, 
Superintendent at the office of the School 
Administration Building, Priqcess Anne Station. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia until 2:00 o'clock Local 
Prevailing Time on August 31, 1978 and then said 
office publicly opened and read aloud. 

The procedure for withdrawal of bids shall be 
according to Chapter 4, Section 11-20.2(1) of the 
Code of Virginia. 

The Contract is to be awarded on a lump sum 
basis and includes all work as deflned in the 
Contract Doctmients. 

Drawings and Specifications may be seen at the 
Dod^ Plan Room, Norfolk, Virginia, the 
Builders and Contractors Exchange, Norfolk, 
Virginia, the Dodge Plan Room, Richmond, 
Virginia, and the Builders Exchange of 
Richmond, Inc., Richmond, Virginia, and at the 
office of the Architect, Waller, Todd and Sadler. 
Architects. Inc., 194S Laskin Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 23454. telephone (804) 428-2468. 

Sets of Drawings and Specifications may be 
obtaiiMd at the office of the Architect upon 
application accompanied by a deposit of $23.00 
pet set. Upon receipt of the complete set of 
drawings and spedflcations, within ten days after 
the bid opening date, deposiu will be refunded in 
full. Fulure to return the complete sets within 10 
days will constitute forfeiture of the deposit . 

Bid Security: A bklder's bond or certified ch^k 
wiU be required in the amount of not less than five 
p«cent of the Base Bid. The bid bond shaU be 
executed on AIA Docwnent A3 10, or in the same 
form, and for a potod of not Ims than 30 days 
»tter the bid opoiing date. Bond or check shall be 
payable to the School Board of the City of 
Virginia Batch. 






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The Owner reserves the right to 
InformalitiK and to reject any or all bids. 



waive 



Bidder's attrition is invited to the requirements of 
Title S4. Qu^&t 7 of the Code of Virj^su 
pertaining to i^^tration. 



The School Board of the 
aty of Vir^ia ^mch 

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Realty Co. 

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3104 TYRE NECK ROAD 

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Hw kMa maMt« Mk MOiiay r Uia to ham a iNMliaM whare 
yaocM aani $100 par aala a MaraT If ymi ara hitoraatad IR 
a iKMtiga iMaHiaa Owl alfara Mwiiay, appartaHNy a rapM 
praawUaN • llMR NfE hava «*at yw ara laaURg far. N yMi 
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Asoncy Vko 'ProaMont 

4000W.Bi«a4S«root 

Richmond, VIrgWo 23230 

•00-M2-5«2t 
or call coMoet 804-3S5-4348 



BATHROOM & 
kITl HKN REMODELING] 

l.arir Awiortawai of 
( dorx aad Dnif as 
skowa la >oar owa Honw 
WE ALSO INSTALL 
PLUMUNG FIXTURiS 
■ALL UNDER ONE 
CONTRACT- 
SATia^ACnON 

GUARANTEED 
VA. BEACH TILE 
CO. 
340-5038 



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TEACHER 

Experienced 
Reasonable Rales 

Call after 6:00 
489-7447 




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drain 4 sewer 

SERVICE 

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480-3411 



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547-1M6 



GEORGETOWN 
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SALES OFFICE 
333Provid«iccR(l. 

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BARTER REGISTRY-If 

you have goods or services 
to trade. Please call 426- 
6821. 96 

PARTY? Let "Pixie" the 
magician entertain your 
guests of children and/or 
parties, churches, schools, 
company dinners, etc. 
Clowns available. 853- 
8852 tf 

MAGIC-LEARN, from a 
professional magician for 
profit and prartlge. Low 
rates. All ages. aS3-88S2. 
830 

AFGANS-hand knit. 
Your choice of colors. 
Priced by size. 

Reasonable. Order now 
for Christmas presents. 
464-2649. 830 

THE FANNY D. FIN- 
NEY Evangelistic Hour 
may be heard every Satur- 
day at 1 p.m. on WPCE 
1400 AM dial. For prayer 
and Christian counseling 
dial623-SOS2. tf 

ILLNESSES. BIRTH- 
DAYS, ANNIVER- 
SARIES MADE brighter 
with fresh flowers, green 
plants. $3.00 delivered. 
Weddings-funerals. 
BOH'S Hickory Florist. 
Satisfaction guaranteed. 
547-7548. 823 



DONTKASPEEDEB 

Drive with can, don't be a 
speedy, you nii|ht ran over ■ 
want ad reader! 

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YARD HAVEN -Yarn 
and needlecraft - sidewalk 
sale. Savings to SO 
percent. Fridays & 
Saturdays. BeLo 
Shopping Center, Shore 
Dr. Great Neck Road. 
481-0935. tf 



i^totonaMat lor Salt 



1977BaicliEatatcWagOB. 
Limited, fully loaded, new 
tires, must sell-make 
offer. 622-4532 or 
evenings 428-7706/622- 
9491. % 

FORD GALAXIE 

5001974, AM Radio. F^Uy 
equiped, 33000 miles, 
original owner, like new, 
S2,800. Call 482-3775. % 

V-W, 1974 DASHER, 4 

door sedan. Good 
condition. Going 

overseas. Must sell 
S2.500. 420-5694. 830 



1974 ALFA ROMEO- 

Spider 2000, alloy wheels, 
Mitcheiin tires, Weber 
carburetors, AM/FM, 
25,000 original miles, 
excellent cond. $4,800, 
463-2530. 913 

TOYOTA-1977 Cecica 
Gt. Liftback, 5 speed, air, 
AM/FM, Mag wheels 
back window cover, low 
mileage. Like new $5,000. 
$5,100,497-2410. ,913 



ll*Boats« Mariat 



FLEAMAIHtfT 
Sbaro Pnva*iR iMattr 

RLMATUVMOtflVIMa 

WEMISMRY 

oranvanrsAT. 

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AT NORR^ NIVE<IN 



Part-Timt 

Shofpiag far mjor 
aattaoal carpoiatioat. 

Ni hh 



Sft^'ocftolt 

Box2«l7S 

Atfaot8.6a. J032t 



BASS BOAT 1977 polar 
craft, 16' 35 Hsp. 
Evinrude electric start, 
long trailer, bow mount. 
Foot control, troUing 
motor, live well & 
accessories. Sacrifice 
$3,000. 340-8785. 830 

CHRYSLER-9 Passenger. 
Town & Country Wagon, 
air conditioning cruise 
control, mechanically 
perfect, new tires, drives 
beautifully. $4,100 firm. 
583-1396. tf 



l^NMp Waaiaa 



tlC*S PLUMBING 



Repairs aad 
No Job too I 
P 24 kr. service. Low rates. 

461-9105 
587-3002 



KBOUn 

mm MIST 

YOUR TIRED upholstery 
can be cl«uied and ^voi 
new life by Ddxrid's 
Magic Mist. CaU 425-6M5 
for frM estimates. 

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S. A. NUCKLES 

C^amic & fldor tile. Old 

& Oew work. Bathrooms, 

fcitehois ami pordws. 

FREE estimate. 

Call 

485-3337 



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R. StOn, IS3-75»3 

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HOME 
IMPROVEMENT 

CO. 

f Kitchen remodding 

* Qaihroom r^iodeltng 
*^MMin siding 

* Olives tNiUt 
•Mmm additions 

* ^pmuy 

* Bfi^^^s iNuh 

* ^MfetoFiuilyroom 

YAiunwtt.we'lldoit! 

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BLACK 
BROTHERS 

545-7318 




BiilMen 

Ho^ ImproveneBtil 

Coatiactors 
I Gar^eBiUdnrs 

Room AdditloM 
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Cl wap^fa , Va. 



WATER 
BLUES? 

Don't 
D^pair! 

Oar m*/ f aN) 
aotoowtk water coa- 
dUioawsclcM'itBp 
laM.WcwMMH^ic 
your water at ao coM 
oroM^atiM. 
CALL 3404720 

AND SAY... 

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We cannot afford to do \eu than the best. We will print your 
scliool paper, religious or profeMlMd publications or 
newsletters. 

The POST and SUN have a skilled staff of printers, artists 
and graphic technicians to produce quaHl> puUicatioiis. 

Our pres^s and lypnctting eqiii|^Mnt are of the highest 
quality and our dediixtion for exceltawe fnw^roduction fo • 
tradition, lor further iafmtnation «i4 quolet ptoasc call 
Tomm% Drew at 547-4571. 







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EXPERIENCED PARTY 
PLAN MANAGESSneed 
ed for growing company, 
generous override plus car 
program - call for 
interview 490^33. 823 

INTERESTED IN- I am 

interested in a particular 
type of person. 1 . - with 
integrity, 2 - likes to work 
with people, 3 • over 18 
years. 1st. year potential 
$15,000. 2nd year 
potential $40,000. Light 
sales and service. No 
ncperience necessary, will 
train. Call 425-8906/425- 
1542 days. 468-6939 
nights. 823 

Part-Tine Jewelry Saks 2 
Hrs - 2 days - $50.00. Plus 
bonus. Call for interview. 
490-0433. 823 

UNUSUAL OPPORT- 
UNITY -ambitious person 
who desires top 
management position 
within 5 years. Unlimited 
Earning potential. Equal 
opportunity Employer. 
393-1921. 89 

PART TIME 

SCHOOLbus drivers. 
Looking for Virginia 
Beacb residents interested 
in driving for private 
school. Excellent 

opportunity for anyone 
interested in part time 
employment and public 
service. Good pay, 
complete training 

provided apply in person, 
Monday thru Friday, 9-12 
am and 1-4 pm, A.R.A., 
Transportation, 2330 East 
Princess Anne ' A4.,«n 
fiortolkr r4M»>)|hfvB«l|f6l ^4^9.7447 



WANT MORE OUT OF 
LIFE? Turn the tables 
with extra in(»>me. In- 
teresting part-time work. 
Training provided. Call 
463-2021 for interview, tf 

NEED Six Women in- 
terested in eaniing $60 to 
$100 weekly. Part time 
from your home. Call 420- 
0977 for appointment, tf 

BABYSITTER needed at 
my home-Deep Creek 
Area. Monday 

Friday- 7:30-3;00 p.m. 
Starting in mid-August, 
ail 487-4252. 823 

CLERK TYPIST-for 

insurance agency. Mature, 
must be willing to learn. 
Cttll for appointment. 
547-5555. 823 

GROCERY STOCK 

CLERKS needed to fill 
part-time schedule. 

Experioice not necessary 
apply to Value Fair 
Stores, Churchland. 

Contact manager David 
Bromley. 830 



E.O.E. 



96^ 



TYPING wanted my 
home. Experioiced typist. 
Wants work at home. Call 
489-7447. tf 

PORTRAITS. I wiU do a 
portrait in oils, of your 
favorite person from a 
photograph. They make 
nice gifts. Reasonable 
rftes.'lxpeflcheti^^lj^ 
4f- 



TELEPHONE SOLI- 
CATORS-We need four 
people and a supervisor to 
obtain leads for sales 
people. Must have two 
years experience in 
telephone soliciting. Top 
Pay. Inexperienced need 
not apply. CaU 482-2148. 
96 




SALES-HOLIDAY 
MAGIC COSMETICS- 

Opportunity to advance to 
management. Liberal 
commission, car helpful. 
Tidewater area. Call 467- 
4040 No investment 
required. 

, tf 



WELFARE SUPPORT 
ENFORCEMENT FIELD 
SUPERVISOR B- 

Accredited college grad 
with major in business 
administration, social 
work, public 

administration, or other 
related fields & 4 yrs.- 
experience in business or 
publis administration, 
social work, or related 
areas. Related grad study 
may substitute for 
experience on an equal 
time basis, and ad(£d 
comparable experience 
relevant to duties of 
position may substitute 
for no educaticHi on an 
equal time basis. Must be 
willing to work in Va. 
Beach, Va. As vacancies 
occur applicants will be 
considered as they bec<nne 
digiMe. Salary range 
$I5,675-$21,400. State 
applications (G.O. FORM 
P-12) available from local 
Va. Employment 

CommUsions A Va. 
Offlce of Recruitment & 
Examination and must be 
r«»ived by 5:00 P.M., 
August 21, 1978, at Va. 
Office of Recruitment & 
Examination. 817 E. 
Franklin St.. Richmtmd, 
Va. 23219. An equal 
omwrtunity employer, 116 

CAB DRIVERS DAY OR 

NIGHT shifts. Har- 
dwm-kers will earn good 
money! Diamond Taxi, 
Virginia Beiu:h. Call Mr. 
Bragg, 464-3289. tf 

RESPONSIBLE PER- 
SON to assist with sate, 
mana^ment, promotiim. 
&^^ career possiMHties. 
Eqwl Importunity. CaU 
463-2011 for 

i^idntment. Askew A 
Asoc. tf 



ALTERATIONS-Men's 

and Woman's clothing. 
Reasonable prices. Fast 
service. Please call Jane 
Altherr467-9S68. tf 

HOUSE SITTER - 

Reliable, local former 
teacher will house-sit 
resort home this summer: 
Will give loving care pbui- 
ts-animals. References. 
Call 1-703-552-6510 or 
481-1207. tf 



DISTRIBUTORSHIP- 
FAST GROWING Sales 
business needs leaders 
who can work well wiUi 
pec^. Excdlent income 
potoitial, reply P.O. Box 
15043. Chesapeake, Va. 
23320. tf 



GET INTO THE 
EXCITING world of 
Chinchilla breeding. Small 
investment, large return. 
For appointment ^9-3278 
between 3:30 and 7:30 
p.m. tf 



Have a UgMy profiubie 
and beautiful Jean 9iop 
of your own. Featuring 
the latest in Jeans, Draims 
and Sportswear. 

$14,300.00 inchides 

B^niring Inynntery, 
Ffxtura and Trainii^. 
You may have ymir »ott 
(^>ai in as little as 1 S da^. 
Qdl any tioM for Nfr. 
Hillard(501)94^9661.t23 

E.R.I.C.-Early Retire- 
ment Investmoit C3ub. 
Invest a onaQ amount of 
roon^ and nodve a tanae 
return. CM for in^vit^, 
[^ys-425-^06/425-1542. 
Nights 468-6939. 96 



JOIN 

4-H 



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PUD'SCeramics. Cer- 
tified Duncan Teacher. 
Complete line Duncan 
products. Greenware. 
Firing. Unique gifts. Free 
beginner's classes. 2213 
Potters Road, 463-0437. tf 

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REAL ESTATE 

INSTITUTE OF 

VIRGINIA BEACH 

Sdespersoos/Brokers 
liccnse-prepatory course 
August 14. 

Principles/Practices 
course August 21, 428- 
7819/481-1072. 830 



21'Mvala latlnwIiM 



DISCO DANCE 

STUDIO-Now Open. 
Opening Special - 5 
lessons $25. 123 B Wa^e 
Ave., 420-4400 Visitors 
welcome. "Learn to be the 
best." tf 



EXPERIENCED OR- 
GAN, VIOLIN A PUNO 
TEACHER now accepting 
students using latest multi- 
key methods on standard 
full size console organ. 
Symphony experience. 
427-5339. tf 



PIANO TEACHER- 

Experienced. Desires 
beginner students. John 
Schaum method taught, 
or we will work with what 
you or your child already 
has. Reasonable rates. Af- 
ter 6:00. Call 489-7447. tf 



BXPERIE^IICED mr^ 
_GAN, VIOUN *PLiNO v; 

iZACHER now accepting 
students using latest 
multi-key methods on 
keyboard full size copsole 
organ. Symphony 

experimce. 427-5339. 823 

PIANO TEACHER. 

Stu^nts wanted! Eqjoy 
teaching diildrai. Live in 
Deq> Creek area. If 
interested call after 4:00 
p.m. at 487-0584. 913 

EXPERIENCED PRO- 
FESSIONAL MUSICUN 

will teach all levels of 
French Horn in my home 
or yours. 464-4517. after 6 
pm. 830 

PIANO TUNING-RE- 
PAIRING .Player pianos 
repaired, old pianos a 
specialty. Call 424-3248. tf 



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GERMAN SHEPARD 
PUPS2 nice litters to 
choose from, Chamirion. 
E.R.K.O. Line. Terms. 
4 88-8085. ^Jf^ 

ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES. 6 
tracks oM, registered wUb 
papcra, $50.00 each. 421- 
9469 aftw S. Both pucals 
ucntMUmtferced^. tf 

FREE TO GOOD hoaw. 

Seven momh mi«d-breed 
pupi^. Needs room to run 
Must find home, returning 
to school. 547-7001. 913 



DOBERMAN PUPS - 
AKC REGISTERED- 1 

male-black aad tan; 2 
females-red and nM; 2 
fraiales-black and tan. 
Excellent bloodlines. 
Championship heritage. 
Priced to sell. ^2-4435- 
<Wly., after 5 - 427.2984. 
823 



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DGVERMAN PUPS- 
AKC r^feeral. Excxllait 
Uoodlines. ChamiAmship 
Imta^. Priod to sell. 
6n-4435. DaHy, 627-2984 
after S p.m. gM 



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IRISH SETTER 

PUmES-S males. AKC 
Registered, Price 
i^^iable. 4^7623. tf 

HUSH SETTOl.d numths 
^ oU, femaK, piyvlHed. 
had shoa, v^y toitthy. 
"She's adorable". Needs 
loving family. Loves 
everybody. S23.00, 54S- 
4206. 913 



OAKAWALNUT FURN- 
ITURE, glassware, 
picture frames, 

NASEMOND ANTI- 
QUES, 1220 N. Main St.. 
Suffolk. 3394269 tf 

ALL TYPES OF NEW ft 
USED restaurant and bar 
equiinnent. Come to Dixie 
Scales, Inc. lOM Granby 
Street. CaU 623-7073. tf 



SOFA-Mue 18th century 
style, plus wing back 
chairs4 mahogany.- 

Henkle Harris tables, wall 
minor, ttiSiMi, $1,800- 
Uke new. 488-2873. 913 

WHITE STANDARD 
MARCHING BOOTS 

from Hofheimers, $17.30, 
great condition. Have seen 
a few parades, metal toe 
uid hed taps. $17.30 or 
best offer 481-4642. tf 



AIR CONDITIONER. 

9,000 BTU,good 
condition, works well. 
Reverse Cycle. $73. 
Custom made. 422-2423. 
823 

CAR PHONE-By 

Motorola, excellent 
condition, originally 
$1,800 will saoiflce for 
$1430. $14.00 Monthly 
operating charge. Movii^ 
486-3228. 823 

DAVIS SMITH 

HOSPITAL BED-used 

less than 2 weeks, total 



FLEA MARUrr No. 3. 
3313 South Military 
Hi^miy. (^)en FrUbv, 
Satoidiy. &iiMlay c^y 10- 
6. InAle ttalls and ttUe 
set-ups for rent. 28 stalls 
to UTit you. n^ ad- 
mission. 487-9803. 
tf 

FLEA MARKET-Shore 
Orive-ln Theatre. Route 
60 « Bay Mk^ T^nnd. 
Open Saturdaysl Soiry 
Ooied Sundayt-See you 
Sundays at Norfolk Drive- 
in. 481-3872. tf 

ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD 

CONTENTSOuuitecleer 
^^.. 1420 A. Taureau 
Court. Must sdl living 
nxmi, dining room, 
bedroom furniture, 

dishes, cbtUng, odds and 
ends. 10 a.ffl. - 3:00 p.m. 
August 24, 23, ft 26. 428- 
1462 823 



FLOWERS-HANGING 
BASKETS. 8'-«^$3.00: 16' 
hnab^HMn |4im»rs with 
I^mtt, $3.3(h ts/a, morel 
Qanm of PtMwood and 
200 Driftwood. 486-6703. 
96 

DIRT A.I. Black, fertile 
top soil. Abo sand and 
fOl. Prcnnpt service. Jack 
N. PoweU, Inc. 833-7844 
or 833-7218. tf 



TONY'S GARDEN 
SERVICE. Complete lan- 
dscaping, trees, lawns, 
fences, painting, roto- 
tilUng ft s|vinkl«s etc. 
Free estimate. 383^1674. 
833-2333. tf 

TRACTOR WORK 
DONE. Make your Und 
ready for planting. Gar- 
den, grading, mowing, 
disdng, plowing and bush 
hogwork.347.7334. tf 



For RmM three bedroom 
ftick H<Hae, fau^ treNl 
lot, fenced yard. ^3.00 
PB nontii. Od 4^1801 
or 444-7331. 823 

P(MNT OP WOOD6-4 

bedroMi, 2 baths, 2 car 
pua^, Firqjlace. antral 
a^, screeiMd (Mtio with 
griU, fenced yard, $373 
monUi. Call 340- 
0323.After 3:30 p.m. 913 



4»FwmMiUiid 



CHESAPEAKE-DougUs 
Rd. 8.t«<«cres 292" 
frontage. ^Partly wooded, 
ztmed Farmette. By 
owner. Reasonable priced. 
487-4840. 



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WANTE0 TO 

BUY:Window screens- 
46Vi X 23^ • six needed. 
Please call Joan - 481- 
3478. tf 

Wf^uy (Uamonds and any 
type of gold. 461-8261. 
DealCT. tf 

WICKER FURNITURE. 

Old fashionedt any con- 
dition, need broken pieces 
for parts. Will do repairs. 
CaU 461-8786. tf 



JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, Tractors, 3. 
Hook-up equipment, fen- 
ce posts, peanut hay and 
bom, 343-8370. tf 



DEALERS WANUB To 

handle a major Une of 
pre-engineered steel bins 
uid buildings. Lucrative 
opportunity for the right 
person. Aggressive farm 
operator considered. Call 
800-323-6400. ■ 830 



hrtda 



PIANOS-New and used, 
rentals/funing/repairing/ 
rebuilding/reflnishing. 
Peek ft ToUison Piano 
Warehouse, 3312 Building 
E. Virginia Bnch BJvd. 
490-1633. tf 



FOR SALE Bundy flute, 
c(Hnpl^y reconditioned 
guaiameed two years. 



offer 420-1006. 823 ^' 



ELDORADO-1973, 12 x 

34', 2 bedroom. Must sell- 
-bdng transferred. $3000 
(total pricel) appliances 
induded air conditioned. 
Located lovely area. 343- 
6413 after 6. tf 

1976 UBRA, Nearly new. 
12x63' with expando, 3 
bedrooms, 2 baths, ap- 
pliances, skirting, car- 
jpetingrkfr heatiiid stovi^ 



44- 



^t>T-M» iaq*avii^raem Kid 
kitchen: 421-3676. tf 



COUNTRY STYLE 
ANTIQUES-Monday 

Friday 10-3 Saturday and 
Sunday by appointment. 
2339 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
at London Bridge. 481- 
2380.340-3192. tf 



ROY'S ANTIQUES - 

1904 Uffctte Avenue. We 
buy and sell. Used and an- 
tique furniture. ^-9624 
or 837-6710 sh<q}. Dealer. 

tf 



MIRROR RESILVER- 
INGFree estimates. Quick 
Service, reasonable prica. 
Free |rick-up and delivery. 
463-2334. tf 



CHURCH'S ANTIQUES 
ft SELUNG POST. At 

Fox HaU. 3029 East Prin- 
cess Anne Road. ^ per- 
cent off with this adver- 
tisonent. Please call 833- 
9348. tf 



NORVnSW Rare Coins ^ 
NcH-foDc's most complete, 
^y, sell, trade. Buying 
silver coins. ^ Southern 
Shopping Center, Nor- 
folk, 833-81 18. tf 



1 WHITE FREEZER, 

good (»nditton - $133.00. 

2 chairs, $7.30, 1 r^ar 
dze bed, $12.00. 1 electric 
oven (roticery) $23.00. 1 
inlaid card table. $20.00. 2 
great shag rugi $^.00 
each. Good oonditim. 
n^ures, all %ixes, 
rcMonable priMS. 489- 
7447. tf 

AMANA REFRIGERA- 
TOR-22 cu. ft., ^de by 
side, «cc^tot amditim, 
$3%. M- best offa. ^6- 

1006. 823 

i<^ 

11DEWATIX Sew Vac. 
2710 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard; 340-3481 or 
^ East liMUan Riv«^ 
Ro«l. 420-3803. Reroa- 
(tti(^ varaums ^,93 
up.ia^i«y^. tf 



MOUNTAIN HOME 
GROWN APPLES ft 
PEACHES-have just 
arrived! Full Une of fresh 
daOy produce-Cheap. Ask 
fbr Pop. 487^9826. 96 

COWS-GRAIN FED-for 

the fre eaer. .43 coits a 
pound! AU our customers 
are satisfied. WIS ddiwr 
to packing company. 488- 
4244. tf 

PEACHESWenger Orc- 

hards-$3.23 peck. Open 
10-6:30. Oosed Sundays. 
4 miles east of Great 
Bridge. 1633 Mt. Pleasant 
Rd., Chesapeake. 482- 
1364. tf 

FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily, green's 

Seafood Market. At the 

Farmer's Market of 

Virginia Beach. CaU 427- 

3374. 

Open 94 daily. tf 

OYSrOIS ■ LymUMvai, 
shucked and unwash«l. 
C^^ositc Huni's SaftMrd 
Restaurant, off Little 
Neck Rd., Earl Smith, 
340-3171. tf 

ATWOOD'S FRESH 
SEAFfyOD. 1724 San- 
dbridge Road. We have 
QiMkK, Trout, BhMfbh, 
WUtii^, Cat fish, Clams, 
Ctabs, ami ScaUops. OUI 
426-7830. tf 



SHARE-A-PLACE. If 

you have a place or are 
looking for a place to 
share with someone who 
is compatible caU 486- 
8328. 830 



BEACH FRONT MOTEL 

• Relaxing private beach 
on Chesapeake Bay. 
Spadmis rooms $23 per 
day and up! Haven Inn 
Motd, 3812 East Ocom 
V»w. Our family is lookin 
looking forward to serving 
you. 388-6327. tf 

CHESAPEAKE BEACH 

M block from bMch, 1 
bedroom, weekly. Apply 
2309 M<»ton's rfwd or caU 
833-2891/464-1883. Very 
reasonable rat«.< tf 



NEW 3 BEDROOM 
RANCH - 2 baths, CAC, 
sdf-dean ova-, next to 
golf course, park, hike; 
eny ms^ss aU tesa. 499- 
9*49. tf 



47' 



TMltHnieaM • Mm VfM 
*cp • tm hi te^iM^ 

PM ar W hmmmm^Unm 



PEMBROKE MEAD- 
OWS. Immaculate 4 
bedrooms, custom 
fireplace, central air, 
family room, carpeting 
drapes. Reasonably 
priced-low $30's, 490- 
0221. tf 

CANDLEWOOD COVE- 

Exquisite 4 bedroom ran- 
ch, nestled in lovely 
wooded setting, 3200 
square feet of living s|Mce, 
3 baths, large family 
room, wet bar. large out- 
door screen patio. On 1 
|dus acres. Luxury living. 
By owners. 481-3142. tf 

ALANTON - 4 bedroom 
brick ranch. 2 baths, 
family room, fireplace, 
eat-in-kitchen, pantry, 
hardwood floors, 2 car 
garage, well, $72,300. 428- 
4343/481-1908. tf 

WELLINGTON WOODS 

-3 bedroom ranch, family 
room, with fireplace, eat- 
in kitchen, living room, 
dining room, 2 baths, 7 
percent assumption. 
$39.900. 481-1034. tf 



i-iGRHEN _:r^J,RTJN. 
1' WOODLAND ESTATES 

4 bedroom ranch, 
fir^lace in familyroom, 
comer lot. Excellent buy! 
Many extras! 1464 Pear 
Tree Arch, 427-3941. tf 



PRIVATE LOT, for 

mobile home. Vtry large, 
with water and sewer, voy 
reas<»ably priced. 421- 

2823. 



i2-0irt«f-TtMiFarSda 



WINTERGREEN- 

w oo d ed biMdiag Site with 
water/sewage. Near ski. 
lodge. Owner terms 
available. SeUing under 
market price. CaU 1-703- 
886-0496. tf 



FLORIDA -TRADE? 
EQUmES -12 acre farm 
with 3 bedroom house - 2 
fireplaces, den, fenced, 
pond. Also waterfront 
lots, notels, 461-8120, tf 

CAPTAINS COVE ■ On 

Easton Shore. Yacht club 
membership available - 
nominal fee. Boating. 
poai, gdf, recrettkm cen- 
ter. Must seU. 4^7666. tf 



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LOTS FOR SALE. Trailer 

lot on choice canal leading 
to Currituck Smuid. 
Walnut Island. N.C. has 
electric, sewer, water. 
Excdloit fishing. T0i-4SS- 
3423. tf 



GREAT BRIOGE- 

Remodeled 2 bedroom 
heme, 2 car ^rage 
central/heat, air, large 
yard. No. pets. $233. 
month. Stove/Refrigera- 
tor. 412-1237. 823 



1978 TRAVEL 

TRAILER. 28', self 
contained, 3 year 
««rranty, sleq» 6, many 
extras. Used 1 week! 
Origiul am $8,700 must 
sell-unusual circuns- 
tances.$6.000. 804-420- 
8664. tf 



1972 WAYFARER 
MOTOR HONE M', 

slMps 6, self-contained, 
31,000 miles, good gas 
mileage. $5.S00. Call 
Bridgeman-464->8223 or 
464^37 evenii^. tf 



AT YOUR SERVICE! 

TO ADVERTISE IN THIS 8BCTI0N. CALL JOAN 481-3477 




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THE SUGAR-COATED SECURITY BLANKET' 



71 tarvicM Offiiad 



AADVARK CHIMNEY 
SWWEK, INC. Fast 
deu. profeuional 

service. 483-3391 or 487- 
7183. tf 

PAINTING AND 

GENERAL npmr, 

roof!i4 guttering, interior 
and exterior paintii^g, and 
rqMlr. Hrst Gass work, 
with reference. Call after 
6:00 p.m. 463-1463. 

BABY SITTING-in your 
home. Have 

transportation. Have 
references. 464-2649[, 830 

BATON LESSONS-By 

High School majorette, all 
ages. 463-0308. 830 

CUSTOM MACHINE 
MONOGRAMING-bowl 

ing shirts, Unens, etc. Fast 
service and reasonable 
prices. 467-6092. 830 

EAR PIERCING-done by 

professional nurses, daily, 
free earrings given. 
Monday thru Thursday 
10-3. Friday & Saturday 
12-8. 439 Effingham 
Street, Portsmouth. 487- 
3276. tf 

FIREPLACES-brick. 

block & stone work. We 
specialize in masonary and 
pre-fab fireplaces. Patrick 
Moore, 481-7373. tf 

MUSIC LESSONS-Piano, 
organ, guitar & accordian. 
Windsor Woods area. 
340-7799. tf 

PAINTING-Exterior & 
interior, free estimates, 
work guaranteed. Call 
Harry 497-0048. 830 



HOUSE CLEANING- 

Venetian blinds, windows, 
offices, floors, homes, 
' -bathrooms- wi t h m i lde w, 
reasonable. Annie's 
Cleaning Service. ' 483- 
3760. tf 



FIREPLACES-Have a 

custom fireplace buUt in 
your home at a reasonable 
price by Michael ftHill. 
fireplace specialists licen- 
sed, bondedftinsured- 
References;482-3636. tf 



PIANO DOCTOR. Fall 

reliable piano service, 
tuning, repairing, and 
regulating. Serving 
Southern Tidewater- 
Thompson Enterprises. 
Work on all makes. 420- 
4137. tf 

ROOFING REPAIRS. 

Experienced-any type, 
small jobs. Call night or 
day. 623-%24 or 837-6710 
shop. tf 



HOME IMPROVEMEN- 
TS repairs, maintenance. 
State licensed. Free 
Estimates. Prompt, cour- 
teous service. Quidity per- 
formance. 486-1344 or 
497-2320. tf. 

LIGHT HAULING - 

truck and drl^- for hire, 
dependable, extra help 
available, no job too small 
or large. 34S-«30. tf 

dk ' 

NO WAX VINYL 
FLOORING^ 9 X 12' 
roonu. $96. tastaU«l. SO 
suniries to chotMc from. 
420-0632 anytime. tf 



CHIMNEY SWEEPS - 

Don't risk a fire. CaU a 
professional, Smutter 
Bros. ChifflMy Sw^ps, 
Hcen^ and touml. CaU 
487-9160 or 488.»01. tf 



WEDDING PHOIO- 
GRAPHS-OiMT sp«:ialty. 
For compile erotic 
««dding c(wmge caU 
Ldgh ff^c^raphic 

Servke. , 482-1312. 
&un|ries proi^ diown! tf 



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liOCAL NvfMpapar 



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MOBILE HOME ROOF 
SEALING -$30. 

Maximum charge. Free 
estimates. For 

information Call t.C. 
Dots«>n. 487-2386. tf 

SPEEDY . ENCE 
COMPANY-lnstaUation 
and repairs. We spedaUxe 
in Kindd^trden and dog 
enclosures. iNty what you 
can afford! 424-3273. tf 

HANDPAINTING 

CLOTHES ft Linens. 

moni^ramming. pcrman- 
ent-wa^iable. AltoifkiBi. 
Ore«! Run ft KcsnpsvUle 
Area. Reasonable prices. 
CaU 467-6092. 816 

MANNING . ft 
JOHNSON.Paint and 

general repair, guttering, 
carpentry, painting- 
interior mad extorior. All 
work guaranteed. 
References. Free 
estimates. Call anytime 
463-1463. tf 

WILL BUILD YOU 
BEAUTIFUL NAILS in 

your home or beauty 
shop. Please feel free to 
call for information. 423- 
3088-497-3370. 823 

SEWING MACHINE 
REPAIRS. In your home. 
This month, Regular 
($12.00) now $8.00! AU 
work guaranteed. Virginia 
Beach Sewing 

Machine. 486-2111. 823 

AdditioBS, enclosures, 
fireplaces, bathrooms, all 
types of home remodeUng. 
Free estimates ft design. 
Licensed & bonded. Add- 
a-room Constru^ion Co. 
481-0691. tf 

ROOFING, guttering, 
painting ^ j|tmjney, ^fm^ 
proofing? ' M 'won 
guaranteed. CaU Mdvin 
O. Dever Roofing Co., 
387-3003. tf 



FIGURE CONSULTANT 

• Spas inconvient or too 
expensive? Call us for a 
free consultation to set up 
your personalized home 
excreise and nutritional 
program. Guaranteed 
remits. 421-3442. tf 

ELECTRICAL CON- 
IRACItMl-Freeesti- 

natei. 24 Hours service 

tw your electrical needs. 

ActiMi Electric. 622-1089. 

tf 

HOME REPAIRS- 

Carpentry, paneling, 
dens, famUy rooms. Free 
estimates. 387-2309. tf 



BRENDA'S SOWING ft 
ALTERATIONS. Quality 
work at reasonable rates. 
Most orders ready next 
day! CaU 487-9727. tf 

HOUSECLEANING-Ex 

perienced person desires 
day work. Have 
transportation . Reason 
able prices. Please call 
497-2316. 816 

DON'T SPEND YOUR 

day off cleaning out your 
garage, attic or basement. 
Call ua for a free estimate. 
We clean and haul away. 
464-6344 anytime. tf 

AUTO-CRUSHERS pA-l 

-junk car removal. All 
cars towed away free, top 
dollar paid. Fast service, 
497-3528. tf 

MAGICLEARN from a 
professional magician for 
fun, profit and prestige. 
Low rates. All ages. 833- 
8832. % 



RON WEST .TRIM 
CARPENTRY, ^cabinets, 

boOkcaies, formicai , 
additions or remodeling. 
623-Q20I. tf 



Do you Ilk* ni^ baeauM 
yott'w got • "twMt toodi^' 
or baeaua* during the twrty 
part of jrour Itfa you w«rt 
traiatd to uabjit? 

Aecordinii to health 
•uthoritta%/'4nany of our 
aatlBg hafeits n« i^ ao 
raueh a |»alwaBea as thay 
adteMon-maBtal aa 
«tf aa ^yried. thk i$ 
a^aeWly tnia of aatinf 



habita that wUI affect a 
child's lifelong nutrition and 
•ubtequenUy health. 



If wa look at It frmn a 
pqroholofleal baaia, modam 
soeiaty oflaa diaidaya love 
and laeogBitkm to a <diUd 
teough swaata. Hie Infant'e 
paelfiar ia oAan awaatanad 
to kaap bin hnm oying; 
dia diBd ia oftan giraB 
candy aa a reward; even the 
|iowii-up ia diown affection 
\9 a box of ean^ or a calie. 
And ao awMta often baoome 
a aaeurity food— suboon- 
idouily aatiafying tfaa dadre 
ffff approvd. 

BIdarfy paopla, whan sur- 
veyed, indioata their favor- 
ite food M "baana." lliis 
mi(^t aaem to be a cratn- 
dietioB to the security food 
dieoiy unto one atudiaa the 
era irii«i Iheae pe(q>le ware 
brou^t up. Tlioae were tiie 
daya of tha dqiiaaaion when 
pe<H;de eoidd aeldon afford 
the luxury of swaeta. Every 
doUar waa put into ttapU 
foods, and there waa noth- 
ing mora atapla than low- 
coat fining foods liln bread, 
potatoes and beana. Among 
the Area, beana waa a treat. 
And thus it beoama the 
reward. laeidentaUy, that'a 
why moat older people can't 
understand the tutea of our 
generatton witii ita eoaeen- 
tntion on the high use of 
nigar. Thalt'a tlao irtiy moat 
paofda tend to favor foods 
that taate Juat like "what 
mottier uaed to mahe." 

Hie motivation in both 
casaa ia the same— security 
going back to childhood 
coaxing. What this points 
out is that parents can train 
their offivring to like al- 
moat anytibing with an ao- 
eeptabla taste. Itiey have 
the opportunity to eatabliah 



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b it going to be sweat* or 
amnattung much more nutri- 
tional in value? Doctor* . of 
diirtqitraetic, who put pactV' 
cular emphasis on nutritiM» 
in their approach to health, 
recommend that it be a 
bMlthful food like a piece 
of fNit-~not manufactured 
aweeta. In fact, they warn 
againat the overuse of re- 
fined auger. 

Unfortunately, moet peo- 
ple are unaware of how 
much sugar they really eon- 
sinae. They don't think of 
the excessive amounts of 
sugar found in ordinary pas- 
tries, desserts, drinks, snack 
foods, and cereala. 

Sure, sugar frequently 
causea tooth decay. But the 
ill effects of excess sugar ari- 
far more dangeroua in terms 
of what it does to the 
diemiatry of the iwdy, tSft 
die many health proble| 
which may arise as a i 

Moat health practitioni 
are concerned about m<f 
ern America's "sv 
tooth." For example, the 
doctor of chiropract^ 
makea nutrition and dletairy 
management an important 
part of hia study of the 
human body, viewing it 
aa part of a conaervative 
approach to health resto- 
ration, maintenance, and 
diaease resistance. 

If you were born during 
tfaa laat 30 years, let's face 
It, you've got an addiction, 
a habit, a ptychologiq^ 
crutch with sweets. And ifi 
going to be harder tu break 
than even the cigaret^.: 
habit. But it'a well wordr« 
doing ... for the sake of 
yourheaiUi. '.,' 



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AUCTION SALE 

SAT., SEPT. 2, 1S7S - 11 A.M. 



Erections: Take 460 E. of Petersburg, Va, 
County Drive. 



2588 



Valuable real esute 73 acres - 46.6 aaes zoned M I 
(Light industry) 28. 1 acres zoned A and Rl A 2,000 
feet on Norfolk and Western Railroad. ,400 feet on 
Rt. 460 East of Petersburg, Va. WiUer and sewer. 
Temu 299b down balance payable in 3 years. 8«b 
Istfaraat. 

J Shown by appohntment . Frank and Sylvia 

VasatkOrOwnaa, PaulJCen^^Audioneer. Phone 
733.4181. Salesman with George S. Elder, Real 
Estate Agency. Hopewdl, Va. 




•mwiMiIi^ you nttd, or want to mII7 A PMT or SUN 
ctoMNM «4 It Um bott way to rMch «lio most poopio hi tfie 
radian, and ■! lowMl eost. JiMt cNp, m out and maS thlo taMiy 



for 20 words In each Iwue 
of tho Chosapoako POST 
and VhvMa Beach SUN. 






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12 VmCINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1978 




events round out Neptune Festival 




Thirteen sports events will be included in this year's 
Fifth Annual Neptune Festival, September 15-24, and 
will include both spectator sports and participation 
events. 

Events include: 

Shodeo - Princess Anne Park, September 15, 16, at 
7:30 p.m.; September 17, 2 p.m. Sponsored by the 
Tidewater Western Riders. Tickets. $2 advance; $3 gate. 

Men's Golf Tournament, Redwing Golf Course, 
Spetember 16, 17, 7 a.m. The event will be a two-man 
best ball, pre-flighted event. 

Skateboard contest, during Youth Day activities at 
Mt/ Trashmore on September 16, beginning at 1 1 a.m. 
Girls and boys divisions will feature freeystyle 
freestyle bowlriding and slalom. Free. 

Skating party and exhibition, Haygood Skating 
Center, September 17 7 p.m. A special exhibition in 
honor of King Neptune V and his party. Tickets, $ 1 . 

Ladies Golf Tournament, Redwing Golf Course 
September 19 - 20, 9 a.m. This will be a two-woman 
ball, flighted on second day. The event is sponsored by 
the Redwing Golf Association. 

Neptune Bowl Football Game, featuring Cox High 
vs. Warwick High, at Cox High School, September 22, 
7:30 p.m. Tickets, $1.50. 

Neptune Trident II, car show and auto-cross, 
September 23, 24. Car show will be held on the 23rd at 
the Old Cavalier Hotel and will feature Corvettes from 
Virginia and North Carolina. The auto-cross location 
has not been set. Free. 



Neptune Festival Rallye, J. M. Heids parking lot, 
September 23, 24, 12 noon. Car ^ow on 23rd, open to 
all types of cars. Free. 

Soap Box Fall Rally, Mt. Trashmore, September 23, 9 
a.m. There will be jr. and sr. divisions in this popular 
event. Free. 

Snow Show, Haygood Skating Center, September 23, 
24, 11 a.m. Ski exhibitions, skating exhibitions, ski 
films, famous ski personalities, and a ski disco fashion 
show. Tickets. $1 advance. 

Neptune Festival Karate Expo, Princess Anne High 
School, September 24, 10 a.m. National championships 
will highlight the expo, fnturing all divisions. Tickets, 
$2.50, children under 12, SI . 

Neptune Festival Gymnastic Meet, Americana 
Gymnastic Center, September 24, 10 a.m. All classes. 
Free. > 

Sailboard Regatta, OoMUifront, September 24, 2 p.m. 
A first-time event for the festival, featuring an hour- 
long race. Free. 

Sporting events are just a part of th« more than half- 
a-hundred Neptune Festival events, which begin 
September 15 -- a day tht will be highlighted by the 
arrival of Neptune V from the sea, a torchlight parade 
down Atlantic Avenue, the pcHMilar seafood feast at the 
Dome, a coronation pageant, and street entertainment 
at the Dome. 

Additional information about sports events, or any 
festival event, may be obtained by calling festival 
headquarters at 490-3 129. 



Surfing 

material 

available 

In {^reparation for the East 
Coast Surfing Chan^o^p 
this yeart the Virginia Beach 
pubUc library wanu to re- 
mind you of the material 
available in the library on 
surfing. 

Library materials can show 
you how to be a safe surfer 
while learning to enjoy this 
great outdoor activity. So, 
the next time the surf isn't 
up, stop by the library to 
prepare for that next perfect 
wave. 



Beach hurdter 
Joins ECU 

Hurdler Antoine Holloman 
of Virginia Beach is among 
four all-Ameriams on a list 
of eight scholarship signees 
announced by East Carolina 
University track coach Bill 
Carson. 

Holloman ranked second 
in the country among prep- 
sters in the 330-yard inter- 
mediate hurdles at 36.8 sec- 
onds and as a senior won the 
Virginia indoor and outdoor 
high hurdles crowns and 
outdoor intermediates title 
while running for Princess 
Anne High. 



Rec center sponsors swim league 



The Virgmia Beach DeparUnoit of Parks and Recreatioo is 
sponsoring a swim league from SqAembCT until Aprfl at tlie 
Virginia Beach Recreation Center. 

The swim league is for boys and girls 8-16 yean oU. The 
boys pn^ram will be from September to D ecember and the 
girls program, from Decmber until April. 

Registration for the boys wiU continue through August 31 at 
the administration office of the recreation coiter. The parents 
of the boys are asked to atteiKl a parent's meeting on 
September 9 at 10 a.m. 

Practice starts Sepiaaba 16 and the meets amtinue from 



October untQ DeconbCT. 

Regimntfioo for the girls is hem Decembv 1 through 
JttDuuy S at Ae saaM location. A parent's meeting for the 
giriiimitrani'Mlwdaled for January 13 at 10 a.m. Practke 
starts Janmy 20 and the meets continue f nxn February until 
April 

ConqMtitkn wiH be dhfidad ap into ar frotq»- A complete 
scheduk of practke dqrs, timei. and nwett will be avaitaUe at 
the pareot's meetiiifL 

For tother inforaiatkm contact the Vitginia Beadi 
Recreation Center, 800 Monmouth Lane or call 499-1281. 



"Everyman'' to be staged at rec center 



The performing arts unit of the Virginia Beach DqMrtment 
of Parks and Recreation announces the production of 
"Everyman" at the Recreation Center Theatre, August 23 
throu^ 26'at 8 p.m. and August 27 at 3 p.m. 

"Everyman" is a medieval specucle depicting any man's 
(trunte with concepu of the brevity of Me. the vanity of the 
world and the sense of living under the riiadow of death. The 
rough verse language and primitive stage conventions of the 
play make it a true classic of the English Theatre. 

The incidental music for this production has been cqpqxMed 
and orchestrated by Fred Strong, young founder of the 
Archive of Virginia Composo-s, assisted by David Russell and 
Trish Braswell. 

Five musical pieces have been created for the production. 



First is die overall Qod-UfeHleath theme, seen by composer 
StxoDt as man's cry for tmdcrstandtaig of the eternal. 

Next, the Ughtfiearted Bveryman theme, contribirted by 
Russdl, gives a feding of the qoeit or journey undimaken by 
every num. Strong has created the next two i^ces, a rejection 
theme and a me^mwk daaet for tha Good Daeds. 

Trish iHOirail has eoBiimed tN iMiWi thane song, "I'nl 
You," #hich is performed by Everyman's Beauty, Strength, 
Discretion and Five Wits. 

The production is performed b^ the New n^rmakers 
Company and promises to be a stiifatriating retelling of the 
oldest of stories. 

Admission to the {nroducticm is free, but reservations are 
necessary and may be made 1^ calling 499-1283. 



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Skateboard competition is August 24 



Youngsters between the 
ages of six and 12 years of 
age are invited to participate 
in skateboard competition on 
August 24 at the skateboard 
bowl in Mt. Trashmore Park. 

Competition will begin at 9 
a.m. Skateboarders will com- 
pete in bowl runs and slalom 
runs. 



No fee is required, hehnets 
and knee pads will be fur- 
nished, youngsters need only 
supply their skateboards. 
Pre-registration is necessary 
and can be obtained in tiM 
teen lounge of the V.B.R.C. 

For further information 
contact the teen lounfe at the 



Virginia Beadi Recreation 
Center, 800 MonmcMith Lane 
or call 499-1281. 



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Hi|^ d gtiA/e zoning petitions for 386.20 acres in the 
General ^HBoulevard growth corridor were denied 
by VirginialiMth city council Monday aftemora. 

The main consideration leading to the denitl was the 
absence of a comprehensive land use plan fof the area. 
This is expected to be available in six to nine mcmths, 
Kcording to city planner Robert Scott. 

The developer also was objected to two conditions of 
the rezoning requests if they were approved - to design 
and construct one-half of the ultimate highway section 
for False Cape Parkway which runs through the 
{ffoperty and to provide a 160-foot drainage rasement 
for the north-south canal. 

Lakeside Construction Corporation applied for 
rezoning of the property located east of Oceana 
Boulevard and north of both Princess Anne Road and 
Sandbridge Road in the Prinons Anne Borough. W. W. 
Realtor is a principal of the firm. 

The proposed zoning would allow 1,164 single-family 
h^es. 148 townhouses and commercial devdopmoit in 
aa^area where 312 single-family hom^ and commercial 
development are now permitted . 

In a unanimous vote by the 10 members present, 
council concurred with the reconmien(hiti<ni of the 
l^Uuining Commission. The city admimtrtikNi, 
, re^puneiuted approval of tieeptftMoM except 
.,,^,^_, iiiiiHi|iii i ii i iyi iii jjjHi|g i njnat f» \ %\ 
npoalng ft<mit-4to R-5 was soughtT ^"^ 

Since most of the lots in Lagcmiar are larger tlMn the 
15,000 square-foot minimum in an R-4 dlstricS. the city 
recommended the R-4 classificatioii, rather than the 
higher-density R-5, remain as a buffer b^wem 



Lagomar and the proposed development. 

The administration, however, stated with its 
recommendation that the most imporunt requirement 
involves participation by the developer in construction 
of False Cape Parkway. "Without this requirement the 
level of adequacy of surrounding roads is not sufficient 
to warruit approval of these petitions," according to 
administration NQMients. 

Approximately iSO persons from the Lagomar, Back 
Baty and Sutdbridge areas opposed the rezonings 
Monday. They w«re inter»ted in retidning the rural 
nature of the area and were concerned about 
inade(|pKy of MrviCM including roads, schools, water, 
sewer and (taduie. 

Orover Wright, attorney representing the applicant, 
said that it was "questionable whether it (the property) 
can be retained in agricultural use. " 

The ptopmi rezoninp reduce 191.4 acres of 
business-zoned prc^rty to 26.8 acres and 32 acres have 
been set aside for school and park use. The 32 acres 
would bring the total acrnge to 418.2 acres, he said, 
which would meet the density of 3.24 dwelling units per 
acre recommended in the General Booth Corridor Study 
comptetKl in November 19??. 

Tltt dcv^imient which is located between Bayshore 
on the north and Lagomar on the south, he said, would 
he devdoped compatible with Lagomar where 

, 300 acres be rezoned from R- 

df th? Liiomar Cffe League said the 
30Qi^es Witt be used for a golf course. 

Wright said thit the Lakeside development wUI be not 
an isolated development in the area and listed the 
Contfaiuedonpage2 




Increased dumping forces dghter iandflli conbiol 



Excessive use of the Virginia Beach landfill has forced 
the city to (»nsider placing restrictions on users. 

At preset^ the landfill is open to residoits and non- 
residoits. There is no diai^ for dumping from vehides 
with dty decals. Those without decals are charged $3.12 
a ton, a fee which was adc^ted in 1968. 

Outside haulo?, wk) collect refuse in the city, now 
pay the equivalent of personal property tax as a fee for 
dumping privileges bMaiise the hauler cannot be 
required to pay a personal property tax in more than 



one jurisdiction. 

City manager George L. Hanbury has proposed an 
increase in the fee and tighter control to cut down 
dumping from outside the dty. 

He said that the landfill was designed to last 20 years, 
but has already been operating for five years. An 
ino'ease in dumping during the past three or four 
months, he said, will shorten the life of the landfill four 
or five years. 

The problem started when Norfolk closed its 
Campostella landfill in March and refuse from Norfolk 
was dumped in the Virginia Beach landfill. Hinbury 
said that the city should adopt the polides of otho* dties 



whidi do not allow outside dumping. 

He said that he would have an ordinance prepared for 
Council but that he would not recommend its 
implementation until Jan. 1 to give haulers a chance to 
make new contracts. 

Before Norfolk closed its Campostella dump, 288,000 
tons a year were dumped at the B^h landfill including 
45 percent local, 45 percent private haulers and 10 
penxnt out of town refuse. 

After the Norfolk landfill was closed, the Beach 
landfill experienced an increase of 250 to 65000 tones a 
month, brining the out of town percentage of dumped 
' material to 20 percent. 



Hanbury proposes: 

There will be no charge for residents dumping from a 
vehicle no larger than a half-ton pickup truck. 

Any larger vehide with a Virginia Beach decal will be 
charged $3.50 a ticm. 

Vehicles with no decal will be permitted to dump at 
the sune price but only after reviving a permit from the 
director of Public Works. In lieu of a decal, the user will 
be asked to show contrK:ts or pro<tf that he is serving 
Virginia Beach. The patnit will be issued for a period of 
six OT 12 months with an accompanying sticker. 

Public works dhwdor Ch^al Lambert said that Norfolk 
Continued on page 2 




Coundl stiiclM strMts 

The Virginia Beach qty rouncil will W^ in 
infomud se^on at 1 1 am. Sept. 1 1 to hew a report 
on th^ masta street and hi^way and plan tlw bicycle 
path plan. 

Parimutud bettbig upctate 

Mi^r Patrick L. Standing Monday afternoon 
requested the Virginia ^adi Development Council 
to update a rq>ort iMreviously made on i»rimutud 
b^^. He said that he is interested in the stand of 
thefl^ple of Virginia Beach m !»rimutuel betting. 



VoUoybailattheBMMh 

From 250 to 30O people «rtll |»rtfci|»te in the E^ 
Cmm Volleytali Champimship which startt 
Saturday at KTH-m. along the r«ort strip at the 

JMm G. Flora tfM cotwdl Monday ^wnoon 
that of the layers M wiU be local and tl» renwnder 
out'Of-tow^rt. 



Eighteen courts wiU be set up on the brach with the 
parla and Recroktions Department fiimishi^ 

iitimufn^s and trash cans. Prizes totaUing $1^10 
will be awani«i, he said. 

A dinner will be held Sunday at the Fort Story 
Officers Club. 



RosMenta earn cttatlona 

Coundlman Reid Ervin has suggated the award of 
special dutions for Virginia Be«:h residents, 
epedidly tluMC who serve on c^mimisaons, with a 
special dtiition for residents who have mched 
advancni yi»rs. 

BMch ae^M Moeked 

A number of pe(H>k living in the n<mh end of 
Vir^nia B^h have taken <mt street «ids tM rt|0it 
ot ways and blocks u^^i to tte \^s»A. AAhmi^ 
the p^vle ha^ imivoved ilw ^prnnn^ of tte 
|H-<^»ty they have made b^Kh ac^ difffcub (ot 
Kem^h Brown, who is hatulfcappal and u^ ^ 
Honda vehide to get to the beach. 

Ervin likjsl the dty to remove tlw offending 
structures. 



Insearchof 
the perfect tan 






Virginia Beach. 

A fast moving city of fun. sun and exdtemeiH where 
new tsLca move in and out like wav« on the bodi. 

Tlie summer season in Virginia Beach is marked by 
the thousands of people who flock here to enjc^ the 
beadles and the nightlife. Some suy a few days, others 
stay a few weeks as they relax and eijoy thdr vaottioiis. 

But what abOTt those people wb© Lve and work at the 
beadi the entire summer? Those unfanriliar faces that 
local r«idents must meet at the be^ttrii^ of the 
nimn^ who «em to leave just when they beccnne 
fanUiar. Where did they come from, where did ttey go 
nd why did they ever con»1 

^Hx this reportw alM) iapptm to be a swnmo- 
r^^t it wasn't too difficult to find pec^ to 
inn^view. In ^:t, in the apartmem house wNre my 
roommates and 1 Uved, there was a total of 18 »th 
drnd^ up into four, dght bedroom &puUM^», 

liM these 18 prb prw^kM a vtakxy of different 
Wky wnds. Hcmetowns indwkd st^ VirginU areu 
M Northern Virpnia and Richmowl as wen « the itates 

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2 VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEPNKDAY. AUGUST 30. 197S 



Cbm fain or snow, deet or hafl the mail m^ go 
throiKh - MOTH it? M3tt» nature ni^ not be abte to 
stop nail service, but anpy postal vwitars can, w've 

teamedteoently. , ^ .,^, »_ 

}^re in Vli^ Beach the threat of a nnl stnke has 

ted us Mwndaii^. But it kxsks like I can now fed 
reasoraUy assured that ny car insurance payment wiU 

reach the ooiqpany before the cpnodlation date, m/ 
unwantedbook dub selections will continue to ente^ 
HBilbcK, and VEPOO bills will still anive to brighten 



today jMiginiaBeadiSiiii 



opinion 




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Growth cofff dor 



August moon, 
changes sooti 

It's not quite sweater weather, but the bathing suits ^ 
won't hold up for too many more swims. 

Parents are talking about school, but the kids aren't 
quite ready to go back to the schoolwork. 

Every out of town friend that was passing through 
town on his way somewhere has already passed through. 

Fur coats fill the stores, but out of the climate- 
controlled shops, the air is as sticky^as ever. 

Fresh autumn days sound inviting, but the grey 
chilliness of Tidewater winter looming after dampens 
the autumn aniticipation. 



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Not tlHt I've always been thrilled vwth the postal 
system At ny last address, four houses ohn y street 
had the same house nuriber. Dspite coniiairts, I 
continued to receive nail for eight different people up 

untiTthedaylmowed. .. ^ .u.. 

Th^r say "no nevw is good new," and mat was 
certainly true in ttat case. But a mail strike probably 
wouldn't besuchgoodnewB. 

Whi it comes down to stating a preference, I d 
lathergetmaUforeightpeoplethaniioneatall. 



Landfill control 



Continued from page 1. 

charges $13.50 a ton at the landfiB and $5.50 a ton for 
the incinerator; Chesapeake charges $3 a ton, at the 
landfill, and Portsmouth charges $3 a ton and $5.50 for 
the incinerator. 
Hanbury said that very few priviue residoits use the 

landfill. 

Councilman George R. Ferrell said that he was in 
favor of controsl but was afraid that the restrictions will 
cause people to dump trash in the ditches. 

Ferrell said that Virginia Beadi apartment projects 
which haul their own refuse to the landfill may start 
putting trash out for the city to pick up if they have to 
pay a fee. 

Hanbury said that private haulms irick up half of the 
300,000 tons dumped at the UmdfiU each year. 

Mayor Patrick L. Standing said that the city will have 
to use some discretion. He pointed out that private 
haulers may pick up trash in Norfolk as well as Virginia 
\ Beach. 

} Hanbury said that it was "amazing how we were 
I getting all the Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing 
I Author^y (trash). H*Wi*ll«r$S30^WBil^tenwi!l just 

I ' The 300.000^tons of ^h at the landnll, Han1)ury 
i pointed out, amounts to about 1,000 a ton for every 

i Beach resident. 
J. Curtis Payne suggested the administration contact 
8 private haulers before prqnring the wdinance and to 
'"^ their imput. 

Hanbury said that Norfolk may even be forced to 
close its Lamberts point Umdfill to meet environmental 
requirements. In that case, he said, "we shmdd have a 
contract." 

Although the r^onal garbage to energy plan 
(Resource Recovery Project) irill solve some of the 
garbage problems, Hanbury pointed out that the 
Virginia Beach landfiU is expected to be used in that 
plan, too, as an area landfill. 

Grass seed recomiiiMiiled 



Continued from page 1. 

projected R & J development of 137 acres; Nottingham 
Bums, 112 acres; Taylor Estate properties, and the 
Malbon Property at London Bridge and oceana 
Boulevards. 

Councilman J. Curtis Payne said that the roads and 
schools are the cnix of the matter. "Even if we reamed 
we would not have access from False Cape Parkway to 
Oceana Boulevard." . « , 

Wright maintained the project did not need False 
Cape Parkway and would have sufficient access from 
General Booth Boulevard. 

False Cape Parkway, which originates from Falie 
Cape Park south of Sandbridge, is included on the 
master street and highway plan for the city but has not 
been constructed. Developers are generally expected to 
design and pave half of a city street which nins through 
or along their subdivisions. 

Wright said that False Cape Parkway requires of the 
developer a dedication of 12.5 acres of land whUe the 
cost of construction of two lands of the projected four- 
lane road would come to $1,350,000 to lay "to lay on 
one developer." 

Wright also maintained that the canal easement fdr a 
160-foot wide canal was not necessary, and would 
require 16 acres. 

Payne said that "1 don't think we could approve tWs 
imlcss False Cape Parkway were taken to the site.'^ As 
for the canal, he said that even a 40-foot canal neecb an 
easement 80 feet and that doesn't provide for spoil or 
maintoiance. 

A large tract adjoining the property was zoned B-2 in 
1964 to accommodate a car raceway which never 
materialized. With the Ukeside B-2 proposal, 345 acres 
would be zoned B-2, Councilwoman Barbara Hotey 
pointed out. Most of the areas zoned B-2 are bdng 
farmed. In about half of the entire tract under the 
proposal is farmed and the rest is wooded. 

B-2 zonii^ would generate three times the traffic as 
the residaitial construction proposed, Wri^t said. 

PaydHuud the ptopetiy iui't going to be developed |- 
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gnmieed. 

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Councilman Reid Ervin said that False Cape Parkwiy 
is like Old Donation Parkway, "Everybody wanU it and 
nobody wants to pay for it." 

Scott said the city has received dedications for the 
road in the area exapt through Lagomar. In the stretch 
between Oceana Boulevard and Princess Anne R<»d, 
not much right of way has been aoqiuired. 

City manager Geore L. Hanbury said that the concept 
for the road was that it would be built by devdcqiers, 
and would not be a responsibility of the city. The 
parkway a not included in the current five-year Capital 
Improvonoit Plan. 

Fullmer said that a 40-foot canal would not drain 
tiiose properties. He said that the rcsidaits are 
"unanimoudy and totally" opposed to all ten rezoning 
petitions. He cited environmental consideraticHis and 
the fact that the development's residents will "still have 
to go down the same two-lane road (Sandbridge Road) 
to get through." He said the residents opp(»ed anything 
below R-3. 

The pMcel for which business zoning was requested, 
he said, is located directly behind sonw single- 
family homes and the historic Nimmo Church. He sud 
that since the developers say the project is 10 to 12 years 
down the road, th^ can wait to see the new 
comprehensive plan. 

Helen W. Love of Back Bay said that the water 
supply in Virginia Beach is in a bind and tiiat sufficient 
sewage treatment will not be available until (1982-83,84, 



dtizenship day 



Oti»^tp Ctay-Ccmttttutton Week Naturalization Cere- 
mony win be held at Chrysler HtU. Norfolk, on Wednesday 
SepMnbCT2p. 

The Court wiU convene at 2:30 p.m. with the HoaonMt J. 
Cahritt Clarke. Jr.. Jw^ of the United Sum District Court. 
EaMem DiMrict of Vii^nia. presiding. 

This ceremony will be opoi to the public but ttere wHl be no 
standing rotMO. 

C^tams an urged to come arty and be sei^d prior to the 
opening of court. 

The Norview High School Band wiU present a preUminary 
OMicert b^inatng at I'M p.m. 

The school children of NOTfolk will salute the new dttaens 
with their music 8i»l ^ao by »:ti|ig as ushen. 

Tlie JROTC wiy ^ivkk the Cofcw Quart. 

l^odeMs have ben invited to attod fnm all of tlM 

It hMbeea siMseMed that tepttsi^itttiva from tfi^enmrnt 
and dvto daam wM mpon t»ck to the other mOeus. 

fkmmOy a Naturalizatimi Ceremony is held in the Dhtrict 
C<wt with limited MUti4, so this is a rare opportunky tot the 
p^ic to ot»erve swA a o^nnony. 

I. Steven Knip, tl» Da^oat«i Natumlization ExMm«. 
tfates that over 250 petkimKr? wiH be laesrated. indiMiii«23 
chlMrtB. The DAR f«b that dramaiiani the mmn m wWch 
Amerian citlaB^ is hdd by pesoM not native bom ta a 
powprful Kttwla' M thoK ute «« so foc^iM, 

The im^am foHcwing il» cerenony b ^om»td Iqr tte 
Adam Ttow^l^od, Otm M^ and SuA Omttm 
d^pten ^ tte DAR. 

The DAR hn worked with applionts f« Amwictti 



if then) when the New Atlantic Treatment Plant U 
expected to be completed. . ^ ,.. ,.. ^.^ 

James O. Sydnor of Lagomar said that his objectidn 
was based on the quaUty of life the residents want to 

maintain. 

On questioning from Mrs. Henley, Scott said that the 
3.2 units per acre density for the area projected in the 
Oeneral Booth Study has never been accepted by 

council. .^ , , __ , 

Hanbury said the designs for the vmdening of General 
Booth Boulevard are under way and the road is expected 
to begin in 1984 or 1983. 

Scott said the present roads are not adequate to 
handle the development. Oceana Boulevard designed 
for 6500 cars a day now serves 12,000 a day. Princess 
Anne and Sandbridge roads also are inadequate to 
handle the present traffic and projected traffic flrom 
areas ah-eady zoned. 

Councilman Clarence A. Holland said he "cmi t 
conceive of it without False Cape Parkway." I can't 
conceive of the traffic getting on Sandbridge and 
Princess Anne Roads. 

Wright said that the developers wotild be willing to 
build a road if it were needed by the project. 

Hanbury said that Wright was not con-ect in saying 
that just because False Cape Parkway is on the master 
plan it's the responsibility of the city. 

Mayor Patrick L. Standing pointed out that the 
people from the development would use tiie Sandbridge 
Road south to go to the beach "five or six monUis of the 
year" and not only to the north as stated by Wright. 

Ervin noted that "if we don't get son with our 
comprehensive use ptan tiiere won't be any land to 
plan."He said that water and sewer are both becoming 
an ever-increasing problem. 

He took issue with the General Booth study which set 
3.2 units per acre as par for tfie area. "That's got to be 
tiie worse flood area in the city. . .Half of it is in the tidal 
flood plane"...It wouldn't take much development to 
kill Back Bay... if we continue to let devdopen go at the 

rate of 3.2'/. 1 

Mrs. Henley said the dy lacked water tor ^^aM 
treatment for sewage. In addition. Environmental 
Protection Agency sanctions can result in loss of 
highway funds and loss of support for sewage treatment 

plants. 

Even when the Atlantic Treatment Plant is completed 
and treats 36 miUion gallons a day, it wiU be operating 
at capacity, she said. "It doesn't j»eem wise to develop 
an entire growth corridor without a land use plan." 

Payne said he agreed with tiie concept and long-term 
plannmg and hoped that it came up in the future. 

Ervin said that he considered a density of 2.6 units per 
acre more feasible. 

The ten members present voted for doiial of the 
petitions Councibnan John A. Baum was absent. 
Requested were changes in zoning from: 
R-3 residential district to R-6 residential district on 

18.2 acres. 

B-2 Community-Business District to R-6 on 1 1 acres. 

AO-1 Agricultural District t R-6 on 34.8 acres. 

AO-1 Agricultural District to R-9 Residential 
Townhouse District on 16.3 acres. 

AG-1 Agricultural District to R-S Residential District 
on 26.3 acres. 

R-3 Residential District to B-2 Community ftisiness 
District on a 24.3 acres. 

B-2 Community Business to R-6 on 19, 180.4 acres. 

R-4 residaitial to R-6 on 32 acres. 

R-4 to R-3 on 40 acres. 




Rbofido Miller 

.^.i^i—— SUN Staff Writar J 




cMzraship for tdmoM 60 years. 

The "DAR Manual f<»^ Otizenship" is (SAributed free to 
over 50,000 persons «u:h year. 

A main ^ of the DAR is the devek^mmt « betto- 
dtiz^riiip tnuiung for aU pmons reading in Amnica. 

The DAR u^es lA ddzms to kvn th^ r^hu and 
respcmibilities uncter the Constitution. 



The physical pleasures of summer make way for the 
mental atmosphere of fall. 

Surfljoards arc getting laid away and football helmets 
are appearing. . 

Pre-season scrimmages just aren't strong enough to 
attract folks away from a few last nights at the beach. 

No one wants to admit that they're glad to see 
summer roming to an end. 

The sun is slipping down just a bit eariier each 

evening. , 

«lbachis are burning hotter arid heavier than ever. 
There's amazement. "It can't be true that summer's 

almost over." 
There's anticipation. Autumn is a time of changing 

colors. 



Social Security 
Administration 

numberli 

iy Harvey J. Ridinger 
Field Representative 

Students should report 
change in plans 

Many thousands of studenU will be returning to 
the classroom this fall, and about 870.000 of these 
young men and women between the ages of 18 and 
22, who will be resuming their studies as full-time 
students, have one thing in common - they all 
receive social secvrity benefits. 

TM^i|^^4iM II* i*M« of ti^ statfcnts wli» 
receive "simteat bencflu" from social security, 
and it is to these studenu, and others who may 
become eligible In the near future, that I would 
Hkc to provide this reminder. 

Social security benefits can be paid to 
unmarried full-time students when one of their 
paivnts receives sodal security retirement or 
disability benefits or when a parent dies after 
woritlBg long enough under sodal security. 
(Under certain condltloBS benefits can be paid on 
the account of a grandparent who had worked 
long enough under soctal security.) 

M<Mt of these men and women have been 
receiving bcneflts throughout their summer 
vacation because they phmncd to rctnra to full- 
time school attendance this fall. But many of 
them, for one reason or another, may not return 
to sdwol whm the fall term begins. 

If this hippens, the ex-student should notify 
social secnrity right away so that bcncflt checks 
can be stopped, if cNcks are not stopped quickly 
enough, the student may have to repay the money 
he or she received incorrectly. 

Another group of young people, whose benefits 
were stopped last spring because they did not plan 
to continue in school, can have their benefits 
started again if they do return to full-time 
attendance while they are under 22 and 
■nmartfed. 

But, benefits are not restarted automatteaHy. 
The student must conttct sodal security and re- 
apply- 

More information about Mdal security 
rtudcnts* benefits can be obtained at the HMrest 
social security office. Adt tor the free bookkl, 
"Sodal Security Checks for Students 18 to 22." 






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News deadHne for the Vhrghito Itacil ta b 
5 p.m. Friday for the following Wed- 
nesiday's edition. 

Articles must l>e legible, preferabfy type- 
written, double-spaced on stanAifd ^^ 
l^per. 

Pictures must be sharp, clear and accom- 
panied by complete infomaliw, fAN per- 
sons in pictures must be Identined.) 

There Is no cha^c for Mws article or 1^- 

tur^. 
Pfetnr» cannot be returned unl^s t^tM 

ami^nents are made. . 



The Official 
NKWSPAPKR of VIRGINIA BKACH 



HANESBYERLY 

President 



TOMMY nniw 

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PAM VANDEVEER 
News Editor 

LUKEMcU^D 

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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 30. 197ti 3 



Oriental films to be shown in Sept. 



The Vkfiiua Besch public libary ^stem wiU {Hcsoit a woks 
of Orie^al fltan nights at several iMiQches in Septanb« for 
posoBS of dl aces. 

The i^edttte of progruns is: 

Wednoday, Sej^ember 6. 7:30 p.m. Wimisor Woods 
brandi Ubrary, 3612 S. Plaza TraU. 

Thursday, September 14, TM p.m. Konpsville branch 

Afhitts team Oriental cooMng 

The Viiiinia Beach public library system will present two 
orioital cooUi^ classes for adulu on Tuesday. SeptembCT 12 
at the KenqxvUle branch and on Thur^y, Sqnonbw 14 at 
the Baytfde bnmch. Both dasses will b^ « I p.m. 

The classes have been limited to 15 persons and rqibtration 
is requhred beginning September S. No phone registrations will 
betakm. 

The classes wiU be conducted by Ms. Edie HaU Smith with 
assistance fr(»n Ms. Cynthia Sidner. Also donating matoials 
for the cooking dass are The Kitchm Cupboard and The A & 
P Food Stores, both looked at Fairfield Sh<q>ping Centa. 

The pn^rams are free and will last qqwoximately one hour. 

For furtha details contact Bob Halcums at 420-2270. 



TCC introduces new 
humanities course 



TIm Virginia Beach campus of Tidewata Community 
Coll^ wiU offer a humanitMS course this fall based on the 
television series, "The Ascent of Man." 

The course will focus on the evolution of human culture 
through the interdq)endent contributions of the arts and 
humanities, sciences, and technology. 

niose interested should contact the course instructor, Dr. 
James O'Brien, at 427-3070 by September 10. 

Registration is now underway at the TCC Virginia Beach 
campus. 



library, 832 KaaiMviUe Road. 

Thursday, Sqi^b« 21, 7:30 p.Q. Grett Neidc Iffaach 
Ubwy. 1251 Bs^ Dtiw. 

Eadi pragram wifl last ^qwoximateiy (me hour. FQms 
shown win deal with tlw coumrks of Hong K(m« and Korea. 
Hie same fibns win be shown at all three tranches. 

CaU Ann Scott at 340-2M7 for further (fetalis. 

Saturday film program 
sclieduied at iibrary 

The Windsor Woods branch of the Virginia Betxt pobUc 
library will b^ a winter fUm program to be bdd esdi 
Saturday at 1 1 a.m. tm cMklren ages four and up. 

The programs will hut b^ween 30 and 4S minutes aiul are 
free of charge with no r^stration required. 

Films to be showa in SejMembCT are: 

September 2 - Alexander and the car with the missing 
headlight. Around the world in 80 feet. The AstrcHKHi^ts. 

Sqttember 9 - The Circus, The fisherman and his wife. Bid>y 

Animals. 

September 16 - It's not Cricket. The Magician. The 
Shoemaker and the ehres. 

Sqjtcmber 23 - Tlie Lorax, I Remonber, The Frog Prince. 

Sq>tanber 30 - Nature Next Door, Selfish Giant. LitUe 
Toot. 

The Ubrary is located at 3612 S. Pteza TraU in the Princess 
Anne Plaza section of Virgtaiia Beach. 

For further details caU the Ubrary at 340-1043. 

Enlisted wives meet 



Great Neck Iibrary teaches 
Oriental kHe^naklng class 

The Great Neck branch of the Virginia Bms^ pubUc Ubrary 
system wUl i^esent an oriental kite-making class on Saturday, 
SqMMBbo- 16. at 10 a.m. fw chUdren ages 7 to 12. 

Tony Otto, a loctl kite auka and (xiUector, wiU conduct the 
class. Otis wiU also hold a demonstration of stunt kite flying 
and (Aher various kites. 

R^istration to requtoed and begins September 5. The class u 
Umited to 13 ddldrai and to free of charge. No phone 
regtotrations wQl be taken. 

The Great Neck branch to located at 12S1 Bayne Drive in the 
HUlt<H> area of Viqinia Beach. 

For further detaUs contact Debbie Carter at 481-6094. 



CENTER FSYCHIATRiSTS 

TAKIS PtfA$UM M ANNOUNQNO 

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The USS Nimitz EnUsted 
Wives Gub wUl hokl its 
monthly business meeting on 
Septonber 8, from 6:30 to 9 
p.m. The meeting wiU be Iwld 
at the Ship-N-Shore Wives 
Club Bldg. NOB. 



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Sept. 4 
Sept. 5 

Nov. 8. 9 



Nov. 
Nov. 



10 

23,24 



Dec. 21 through Jan. 1 



Feb. 1 
Feb. 2 
Feb. 2 
Feb. 5 



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Virginia Beach Public Schools. 
1978-79 Calendar 

Labor Day (All schools closed) 
First day of school for students 

Elementary Parent-Teacher conferences 
Secondary and Elementary Teacher's In-Service 
(All schools closed both days) 
Veteran's Day (All schools closed) 
Thanksgiving holidays (All schools closed) 

Winter holidays (All schools close at end of day 
on Dec. 20 and reopen on Jan. 2) 



Teacher record day (All schools closed) 
Teacher in-service day (All schools closed) 
End of flrst semester 
fi(^iSin^^sec(|id ^mester 
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March 29, 30 
April 11, 12 
April 13 
May 28 
June 14 



Professional Education Days (All schools closed) 

Parent-Teacher Conferences/Teacher In-Service 

(All schools closed) 

Spring holiday (All schools closed) 

Memorial Day (All schools closed) 

Last day for students 



Free babyritting to pro- 
vided. For man information 
please contact Mrs. Unda 
Boroughs at 423-2473. 

The club wUl told its 
monthly Social meethig on 
Sqjtember 28, from 10 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. at the Ship-N-Shore 
Wives Qub Bldg. NOB. Free 
■babysitting to provided. 

A Sew-it-yourself fadiion 
show to on the agenda. A 
buffet lunche(m to providei. 

Anyone wishing to take 
part in the fashion show or 
come along for the festivities, 
please contact Helen Holzq>- 
fel at S83-09S0 or Laura 
Brranamoi at 460-2744. 



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That'c U(l -Tan uid Tanr 

LOCAL N*wsyap«r 



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speedqr, you might run over a 
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Near are sum of our 
' crazy specials...Evory-' 
tiling in the piaco 
$50.00 over cost. 
Tiiose are prices youli 
go ape over; 



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SCHOOL 

ENROLL NOW 

Ages 2-12 

429 -3296 
543-4791 




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All fabrics and weights. All half price. ($35-$175.) 
&isic n^tf s riKxiels as well as European styles. Also, 
several hiuKlred young men's suits and sport coats. Saks 
Fiflh Avenue f adaions for half what you'a pay on Fifth 
Avenue. From the only 
p^ple who can d) it 




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Virginia Beach ffilltop We^. 

Newport Newm TTib ftiginal Newmarket Shopping Center. 

VI«i 1iMl i r C tieni » w e lcoiM .AMBfatloroatfwmltialootL 

SALE ENDS LABORMK SePX4 



4 VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1971 



jSkaMtoardiag . . . "H's like always catdiing the perfect wave" 




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Todd Mdsltr of PttHlwri vWt> Vlrgiiia BcMh every 
summer. Although he hun't hcen skateboardliig loaf, 
he knows that practice makes perfect. Here he 
coBcentrates on learning a maneuver. 



Josh Mariowe of Occaa Oly, Md., it ahmdy a 
professioaai dtateboarder at the age of 14. Here he 
demonatrates Us sUII^Ib "the bowl" at Thaaderbowl 
Skaltparfc ia Virgtaia BciUi. 



After racing up the side of Oc howl Marlowe execvtca a 
turn to go back down. 



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Skateboarding. What began as the simple pastime 
of propdling a board with wheels down the sidewalk 
hu since evolved into one of the most studied and 
challenging sports around. 

Professional skateboarders are even beginning to 
appear on the scene. Several were in Virginia Beach 
last week trying out the concrete course at 
Thunderbowl Skatepark on Lynnhaven Parkway. 

Ranging in age from 14 to 28, the pros executed a 
series of dazzling maneuvers in what is called "the 
bowl" - a huge concrete bowl where one often finds 
himself skating with feet above head. 

It looks dangerous, and it is. 

"We stress the safety aspecu of skatdKmrding." 
say |Mrk owners Oayle and Fred Wall. They point 
out a wide selection of wrist braces, helmets, elbow 



and knee pads. 

They add that since it is a fast growing sport, the 
equipment is constantly changing. 

Experts argue over what type wheel is best on a 
board, or how many wheels should be attached to 
one. 

With the birth of skateboard competition, the 
boards themselves have gotten wider. Whwe a 6 3/4- 
inch wide board used to be sufficient, the pros are 
now moving to 8 to 10-inch wide boards. 

Competitions are becoming more and more 
popular. The Thunderbowl Skatepark sponsored one 
locally last June and will co-sponsor another at Mt. 
Trashmore on Sept. 16 at 1 1 a.m, as part of the Fifth 
Annual Neptune Festival. 

How does it feel to go flyutg over a skateboard/' 
course? One Virginia Bea^^ateboarder, John 
Parker, compares it to sumng, .It's like always 
having the perfect wave." 




ProfessioBai and amateur skateboarders gathw at the 
top of Oe course to discuH techuiques. 



Photos by J.R. Bell and Pam Vandeveer 





TwcBty>year-old KeBny Sakurai, a profesrioaal 
rintcboarder from BostoB, Man., demoastrates how 
the trfekh done. 



If your board goes too h%h «p the side of "the bowl," 
watch out! It's a long M down. 



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salary... 

• If you want to bt more than a 
hmiitwiCB 

• If you wai^ to work wl^re 
you want 

We ham th$ program 
deng^^ for you 

CALL SM-^2 



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Stumpy Lake Golf Course 

18 hole chtimpionship goU course 



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4859 Va. Beach Blvd. 4^1618 

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Beach temte enthusiasts enjoy sport all year round 




Carolyii md Bcciie ci|Joy a game inside tlie newly 
completed indoor courts now available at the Viiginia 
Beacli Racquet Club. 



A view of the new indoor courts on Thomas Bishop 
Lane. 



By J. R.Bell 

Sun Staff Writer 

It makes no difference if the rain is pouring or the 

snow is falling at the time of your scheduled tennis 

game. You can still enjoy the sport now that The 

Virginia Beach Racquet Club has installed their new 



indoor courts. 

The courts are now renting at the rate of S12 per 
hour non prime time, $14 hour prime time and $1S 
hour high prime. 

New memberships are now being excepted and 
special rates are given to gold memberships. 





Border 
* appointed at 
CBN networic 

George Border has been 
appointed head of the newly 
created computer sovices 
divUon of the Christian 
Broadcasting Network, Inc. 
(CBN). 

Border comes to CBN 
from the Copperwdd Cor- 
poHcation in Pittsburgh, Pa., 
where he was director of 
information services. Border 
also served as director of data 
prS^siisft fof WJ 




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^usla#e United Sm» Air 
Force where as a Lt. Coltrnd, 
he was in charge of data 
processing for over S7 billion 
in inventory for die Tactical 
AirC(Mnmand. 

Bordor recdved a B.A. 
degree from Southwestern 
OklahtMna State University 
and earned a M.A. d^ree in 
computer science from 
George Washington Univer- 
sity. 



Complete line of 

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1060 S. Lynnhaven Parkway 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 234S2 



PHONE: S044SS-3S28 



HOURS: 10 till 10 





Tee for two 

Edward Harrison enjoys his day off golflng at J. B. Harris, Stumpy Lake's new PGA golf 

Kempsviile Meadows Golf and County Club. Even with professional, takes time out to hit a few baib. Harris 

the camera foOowing him around he ended his game has been playiag V>^ >*mc 1941 and turned pro at age 

with a score of 84. Photo by J. R. BcU. U- Photo by Pnm Vmidevccr. 



Community 

speaic-oiit 

scheduled 

Tbae win be a labor wad 
OHnmunity tpeakHMt ^itt 
Vqpco's rate hike on Thurs- 
(kor, August 31, at 7 p.m. in 
the Norfolk Room of Holi- 
day Inn - Sotve. 

nan will be made to attoid 
the public nta hMrinp in 
ClKnpeake <m Sqjtembor 5. 
In particular, tlw gnwp will 
^oote kKatioM hi ^^ima 
BeMh wtere peorde M^faif 
fides to the hoffings emdd 

%»eak»s trom tadxv «kI 
community groups will dis- 
miss ««ys that peqple can 
(^jpoie VqKo's rate Wees. 

Sonoe of the ^mnn of 
tfib ndly are tte Cotter for 
Ui^ Ubor Action, tte 
Cwrnnunteatiwis Workei of 
AflMrica Local 2202, the 
Hotd, ResUurant. and Cafe- 
teria Workrn Load ,23, ttw 
NAAC^ (NorfoUa. and the 
Betafl Oerks Local S3. 

For sm« infwmaAn COO' 
tutt Alfred Cunaingtem, 
pNridMt. CWA Loctf an 
igkmm mutm) or ttim 
^tt^to, CULA (i^Kme 07* 
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New Indoor Court - Newly Completed 

1950 ThoniM W^op Lane 
Virginia Beach, Vi^nia 

481-7545 



NOW AOOPUNG HMOLLMBm PM PALL 4 WINTBI 

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DANCE— GYMNASTICS 

OHM HOUSi WIDMiSOAr AII6. 23 7-9 PM, 

OLHimnon by va. macm nms aau nAM 

WE raOUDlY MESENT THE KST TIMNED AND MOST WIOEIY DIVERSIFIED STAFF IN THE TIDEWATER AHA 
EACH YEAR EVERY MEMBER OF OUR STAFF ATTENDS AT lEAST TWO OR MORE CUMCS TO STIX>Y UNDER 
WEU KNOWN NATIONAUY AND. INTERNATIONAUY INSTRUCTORS. TMS ASSURES YOU THAT THE MTHT 
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HOME OF THE VIRGINIA BEACH FLYERS 
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Surf's up in VitsHa 






for EiCi S> Ci 



The wavtt were good and over ISO surfers were on 
hand to try their luck in the East Coast Surfing 
Championshi^eld at Camp Pendleton in Virginia 
Beach last weekend. 

The Eastern Surfing Assocation (ESA) runs the 
contest annually with the Virginia Beach Jaycees 
under ESA regulations, according to I^vid Ford, 
director of the ESA. Assistant director Ben Lane 
served as emcee for the two-day event. 

There were three to four-foot swells at the Beach 
on Sunday during the final competition. 

Virginia B«ich Mayor Pat Standing and local 
Jaycee president Terry Lewis were pment to award 
trophies to winners in eight surfing categories. 

First plwx winners in each cat^ory were: Mini 
huni. Brad Beach; Boys, John Casper; Junior men's, 
Wes Lane; Men's, David Nuckles; Masters, Ray 
^ackelford; Senior, Ben Lane; Women's, Lisa 
Byran; Long board, Marty Keesucker. 

The Beach Bird 5a.y<xes raffled off a 14- foot Hobie 
Cat during the competition. David Home of Virginia 
, Beach was the lucky prize winner. 

Wes Laine of Virginia Beach won the superheat 
event, with matched winners of the eight 
championship classes. Dave Nuckles of Myrtle 
Beach, S.C. took second place and Ray Shackelford 
of Virginia Beach won third. 



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Lisa ciiecks out the waves prior to her swflag 
performance. 



UtM*. Ms. Bryan took first place in the women's 




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coapctftkn on Suaday. 



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Mr. E.C.S.C., Tborato» WHIe, attcBdi aMtft in 
florida. 



Coatcstait CInck CoaUia of Virgiiiia Beach catches a * 

wave. 






CtaAu Ti^tor, Bca Um aad Nf^uml BaMo Vaifln 



Wtaacrs of tte MkM coatert, ^Mmi left to r^t: 
la^ Miriacr, 1st; Oa^ NovA, 3rd: aad late 



Photos 1^ I. ikj^ MMI ten Prater 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNiSDAY, AUGUST 31, IfTI 7 




Sport of shooting 
Inti^iies Bowles 



^PAMVANMVIBI 



Rick Bowles of VirgiiiUi Beach has always had an 
interest in guns and the sport of shooting. "I've been 
shooting hand guns since I was old enough to buy 
one, at a^ 21," he says. 

Working at Atlantic & Pacific Anns Company 
seems only natural then to Bowles. "This is the only 
indoor pistol range in Virginia Beach," he ecplains. 
"Firearms owners a)mc hwe because there is a lack 
of public land where you can go out and shoot." 

"You'd be surprised at the number of women who 
enjoy the sport of shooting," he adds. "A lot of 
them are better than the men because th^ have more 
patience with it." 

Bowles points out the many different types of guns 
displayed in the shop. "Machine guns are big 
collection items now," he says. "They range in price 
from $175 to $500. Plus there is a federal licensing 
tax of $200 you must pay in order to own one." 

The shop's indoor pistol range is open seven days a 
week. 




Roy Edwards looks over a .44 Magnnm shown to 
by Rick Bowles. 




Bowia tries oat a 1928 Thompson macMM gnn Inside 
the shooting range. 



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Jaws 

l^mny Ramsey of Vi^nia Beach won the Virpnia 
Beach shark toomament Sunday with a 666-pound tiger 
shark caught from his boat, the Rambling Boy. 

Second place went to Ken Hayn of Forest Hills, N.Y., 
for a 647-pound shark. 

John Thurston of Virginia Beach captured third place 
with a 623-pound catdi. 

The Virginia Beach Fishing Center was headquarters 
for the one-day event. 

Prior to tbs tournament Anthony Fwitress of Viiiinia 
Beach caught the 187-pound sand tiger shark (pictured 
here) off False Cape. 

Photo by Pwn VandtvMr 




Movies in aeHon 
at Beadi iibrary 

Know anyone xiiio'B ever 
been to a UnetMoope parlor? 
It would have been a very 
long time ago, because the 
Unetoscope was one of the 
first inventions used to pro- 
duce motion lectures. 

In 1887, Thomas Edison 
began work on a devtee to 
make pictures apptat to 
move. With another new 
invention, fihn that was flexi- 
ble, a series of pictures could 
be piiotogr^ilMd cm the film 
and moved nfMy tiuxNi^ a 
camera. 

If you're taitereMd In mov- 
ies, get bi motion at tlK 
' Vlf liUlUt BMii'^ddic ttffary^ 
whffv you.ain ^oadboalct 
about movies, bQW tQ make 
movies or read about the 
pecqde ^nbo perfcmn in them. 



PTA meets 
August 31 

TIk Viqinia Beach PTA 
Council will meet on Thurs- 
day, August 31 at 8 p.m. at 
Iiklq)endenoe Junior High 
School, 1370 Dunston Lane. 

The Indq)endenoe Juninr 
High School PTA wiU host 
themeetfaig. 



Dogrekicates 
wtthdassHM 

A Cheai^eake dog found a 
omnfoittUe new hnne in 
Massarhnsrtts Aaida to a 
Chesapeake POST/Virgbiia 
Beach SUN dassifled ad. 

"The timcamt torn a 
family with five t4Mr«Ji> 
town to visit dMir older son," 
said Ms. Rofsn of E. Eva 
Mvd., In Chwapsake 

"They had ^ lost a dog 
and happened to be readfaig 

the toeal n aw spapw . 
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PROPOSED HIGHWAY PROJECT 
ROUTE 44 (VIRGINU BEACH- 
INTERSTATE ROUTE 264 AND 
NORFOLK EXPRESSWAY) 
CITIES OF NORFOLK AND VIRGINIA 
BEACH 

AH interested persons arc advised that the approval 
of the location and miijor design features for Routes 
264 and 44, fron 1.36 miles west of the Norfolk- 
Vto^nla Bcsch Corporate Limits to 1.03 miles east of 
the Norfolk-Virginia Beach Corporate Umlts, in the 
atics of Norfoilt awl Vfarglnia Beach, is now final 
with the Federal Highway Adnlnstradon's 
concnrtcncc In the flnal environmental dedaratlon 
prepared for these projects. 

Main, draiHi^, an environmental dedaratlon and 
other Information are avaitable In the Department's 
District Office at SnffoBi, and In its Residency Office 
at Cheanpcalie for viewing by Interested persons. 

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(OoiiiiiBd fiompnge 13.) 

35. 

Api^ication of the City of Virginia Beach for the 
disc<Mitiouiuice. dtMure and atmndonment of a portion 
(tf 24di StnA begtaning at the Eastern boundary of 
Atlantic Avenue and ninAing in an Easterly direction a 
distuux of ISO feet. Said parcel is 80 feet in width and 
contains .27S acre. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

36. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
> Vkginia Beach to amend and reordain Section 5.6(b) 
and 5.6(c) of the Subdivision Ordinance pertaining to 
sidewalks in townhouse subdivisions. More detaUed 
information is available in the DepartmeiU of Planning. 

Plau with more detailed information on the above 
an>lications are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

All interested persons are invited to attend. 

Robert J. Scott 
IMrector of Planning 

VBS8/30,9/6 



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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va., on the 23rd day of 
August, 1978. 

Brenda Joyce Pohlabel, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Charles Edward Pohlabel, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of sqiaration 
for a period of more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 



the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
1806 Camellia Drive, 
Monroeville, Alabama. It 
is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
13th of October, 1978. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in diis suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Kenneth R. Johnson, p.q. 
308 Pembroke One 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23462 

VBS 8/30, 9/6, 9/13, 9/20 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

Sqitember 5, 1978, at 2:00 pm, in tbe Qxmdl 
Chanters, (ity >^dnnstrad(n Bulking. N^^ 
Cata, ViiBina Beach, Viigina, rBocnsider the 
folkiv^ appikatkii (tf L£0 and Mxinse ^^^ 
iMhkli VMS moved (n August 14» 1978, subgect to 
oeitain ooxidons: 

Applicaticn of Leo and Mntnxe Wxd for a 
CbnltianBl Ifee Pemit fa a hone oocupatkn 
(babysittini^ on certain iioperty located on the Wst 
side of Edwin Dive bc^ning at apdnt 158.60 feet 
South of Princess Anne Koad, niming a distanoe of 
82feetalongtbelKfetskfe(€EdwinDHve,ninnga 
dteanoe of 125 feet along the Southern p roperty fine, 
nsat^ adetaooeof 82 feet along the Wstem 
pTOfstylaKaodniiingacBstaDoe of 125 feet along 
the Nofthan property line. Said pared contains 
10.2S0sciuare feet. KcnisviDe Borough. 

^Spprowal sid}ject tothe foOomqgoondNiflns: 

1. Cb^pyaiioe with Article 2, Section 229 of the 
Qimefei i av e Zoning Okdmanoe pertaining to 
hoDK oocupalifln. 

1 A feooe afaould be estahUshed around the 
pedflKteroftieate. 

3. The tenn of the conditional use pennt is fa one 
year. 

4 TbeGQnitionalu9eislinitedtonine(9)dBldren. 

C^deric 

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Summer people 



Continued from page I . 

of Florida, Pennsylvania, New York and Weit Virginia. 
Most of us were college sti^ents representing such 
schools as Radford College, Randolph Macon Women's 
College, University of Virginia, and University of 
Florida. 

Of course, where there are girls there are also boys. If 
a girl didn't ah-eady know the guy it wasn't long before 
she met him. Most of these guys wctc college studrats 
too and represented such schools as Hampdm Sydiwy, 
Radford College. University of Richmond, University 
of Virginia and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State 
University (VPI-SU). 

The summa jobs of thes^ young people were just as 
varied as their backgrounds and ranged from waitress, 
waiter and cashier to valet, maid, secretary and 
lifeguard. Many of than held two to three jobs at a time 
or changed jobs just as often. 

For most of the people I interviewed, the beach 
provided a "get-away" place and a chance to find one's 
self. 

"It gave nw a chance to prove to myself that I could 
be totally independent and also be with people I could 
enjoy being around," said Debbie Mills, a Bluefield, 
West Virginia native majoring in early childhood 
education at Radford College. "I think it taught me a 
lot about myself and other people." 

Another Radford College student, Leslie Salvatori of 
McL«m Virginia said. "Virginia Beach was the place 
where I could enjoy the beach and meet a lot of people 
my age. There was a constant coming and going of new 
faces." 

"I have learned to work, to save, and to appreciate 
true friendship," added Sahatori. "There are a lot of 
people you meet and may never meet again. It makes me 
appreciate my friends a lot more." 

Chappy Johnron of Vienna, Virginia is a senior 
majoring in economics and English at Randolph Macon 
Women's College. According to Johnson, she and her 
friends were looking fc^ something different to do. 
They knew some girls who had lived at the beach before, 
and after talking it over they decided it was "the thing 
to do ... A last chance to fool around and to be at the 
beach." 

"It was a good experience," said Johnson. "I've half 
way grown up and I'm not so young and inexperienced 
anymore." 

Johnson pointed out that her job as a waitress at the 
Lighthouse Restaurant alone was a good experience. 
There she was able to meet a lot of new peo|de of 
different backgrounds who wo-en't just college 
students. 

"It's a way to broadoi your horizons," said Johnson 
about the beach. "There is no routine. I learned to live a 
little more, to be more relaxed and to be more 
tolerant." 

'* vmu liBtfiibMi - 1 u '-JBH i n , ** HMrioliiison. f but I 
survived. 1 have no qualms about taking care of myself 
or living by m^f. I'm not so worried about next year. 
I know I can take care of myself." 

Lifeguards Tulane Patterson and Franklin Swann, 
both of Lynchburg, Virginia are two year veterans of 
beachlife. While they jokingly said their reasons for 
coming were, "fun, girls, and adventure." they also 
spoke seriously of their two summers as an enjoyable 
experience. 






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Baytidt Moto^ 

4ffl Start Drive 4M-4N3 
Cfearlts C. Hal*, Sr. aatf Staff 

PlasMr AiMrican 

IbiagMiaat and Ptrseaaal 

Hayntt Furniturt Company 

SSS4 VIrgliU BaacH Bovltwd 
Faraitart-Beddl^-Carpttiag 

Roaawood Mamorial Park 

111 WitefedMk Road 4t7-tMS 
C. C. Kirkpatrlek 

Enginaartng Madia, Inc. 

IM B. Liberty Stratt 
Chariea Haekvortk and Staff 

Chartta't Saafood Raataurant 

SlStSiMrt Drive 4tl-MI3 
Mary C. Ratals aad Easpleyaes 

Kallam-Eaton Imiiranca Co. 

sill taeille Avtaiw 4lf*tUl 

Ovarton'aMarkat 

1411 HfaiitlMr »rtel MS-MH 
He Ovtrint nd Eai^NqrcM 

MW-End Carpat Shi^ 

4140 VtrglBia Btaek Blvd. 4lt-4tS4 
Taylor B. Carr tad En^oytes 

FunMura Stioar^oma 

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Meianie Morrison takes an order from a cnstomer at 
the Lightbonac Rcataurant in Vi^nia Beach. 




Water Flame worker Mike Moorcooea watches 
flumers from his pool-side post. 

"You learn a lot about life," said Swann, a finance 
and insurance major at Radford College. 

According to Patterson, a recent economics graduate 
of Hampden Sydney, the beach has "an outdoor 
atmosph^e which we enjoy . . . and freedom, I enjoy 
freedom." 

Living conditions at the beach are not quite so 
glamorous. 

"It's a holy rip-off," said Swann. 

"They overcharge you and don't give you the service 
you need," pointed out Patterson. It's a lot of hassle." 

As for their jobs, "There's a lot more work and a lot 
more hassle than people realize," said Swann. "The 
image of a lifeguard is not what it seems." 

Both young men a|pree |^t you have to be in top 
s4»ysiei&laM^el%opth^ii^ sun, the loog ^ 
and the seven day woiVw^: %», 

''Yb'if hltvelB pt^ beach policeman," «^i(^«nH. 

The guards, Patterson said, are responsible for 
enforcing all city ordinances and for peoi^e in and out 
of the water. 

"Obviously it's not all bad," said Swann, "there are 
some definite advantages . " 

Another summer resident of Virginia Beach is Mike 
Moorcones of Leesburg, Virginia, a marketing major at 



THE TREE 

If man were made perfect . . . com- 
plete as could be . . . then God would 
have never . . . created the "she". 

For man is the trunk and the branch 
and the root . . . while woman's the 
blossom, the leaf and the fruit. 

RKtniorThouKhl 
by Martin BHxbaum 




Secretary Uada George anwcn the leltpkoM at the 
Poffenbergor Insaraoce Agency. 




FrankUB Swan, a Hfcgaard for the North Beach 
Service, observes the beach from Ma stand on 39th 
Street. 

Radford College. Although he feels the summer wasn't 
worthwhile financially, it was worthwhile for the 
experience. 

The most important part of the summer, Mooromes 
said, is " . . . being indepeiident . . . Not having^yone 
to tell you what to do and making your own decisions. 
Any decision you make, whether right or ^ong. you 
learn from its outcome." 

Is the bMch life for anyone? 

"Only if they are mature enough to handle it," said 
MiUs. 

"I recommend this for a person who is adventurous 
and wants to party," said Patterson. "It's not fo^ 
someone who is attached." _ ^ 




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each,^*Mt ^ijlhere. W& a 
anybody." 

So the summer ends and the faces leave but the 
memories remain. Virginia Beach residents will 
remember that happy-go-lucky crowd of rowdy young 
partiers. and the summer people . . . well, they will 
remember Virginia Beach, an important part of their 
lives which they will never forget. 

Good by Virginia Beach ~ and thanks! 



WUNt Ftirnitiira at HMtop 

1112 LasklB Road 4SS-$M1 
L. H. Buras aad Staff 

Prica'8 Incorporatad 

4SSe Pembroke Mtll llt-STOC 
Braad Name Appliaaees -TV-Stereo 

Smith Salaa and Sarvica 

460 Battlffitid Blvd. N. Ul-ttZi 
Elwood Sotith aad Emidoyecs 

Hdma Fadaral Savinga 
and Loan ASSN. 

1135 Laskia Road 421-0311 
Cburcli Accorats Wtleome 

Todd Elactrlc Company 

Heory and Moses Todd awl Staff 

Praston's Pharmacy 

1401 FoMeiter street M9-1331 
Jaaes L. Marshall aad Employees 

Chasapaaica Savinga andt.oan 

Fraak N. Wood aad Associates 

Southarn Stataa 
Chaaapaaka Aaan., Inc. 

11t4S, Mttlttry Wghvay 420- INI 
L. Mnoat Williams aad Pers<mtt 

J.D. liHaa and Sona, Inc. 

i. D. Miles. iT. aad Aasodatti 

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daze with Its spiritual quest 



MoraUty, in the sununer heat of Virginia Beach, is 
easily buri^ under suntan oil, beach parti» and disco 
muric. 

^'Everyman" digs through the lay«OT of summer daze 
add jolts one into the awareness of mortality, and such 
untrivial subjects as wisdom, discretion, beauty and 
good deeds. 

Morality and mortality are not the easiest subjects for 
a young company to handle, but director Kathleen 
Lockwood shapes the New Playmakers into an enticing 
blend of innocence, wisdom and energy for the medieval 
drama. 

In moving verse catches a rhythm and carries it 
through, Bradford Mello as "Everyman" weaves 
through the physical and spiritual patterns of life. 

Faced b^ Death (George Kartis), Everyman is 
abandoned by Beauty, Discretion and Wisdom. 

Symphony brings 
Bach to Ya. Beach 

Hie Norfolk Symphony Ordiestra, under tte direction of 
Russdl Stanger, will perform in Vii^iiiia Beach this weekend 
as part of the "Bach at the Beach" ooaoat series. 

The performance wiU take idace at the Qivalier Beach Qub, 
42nd Street and Ocean Front, at 7:30 p.m. 

The program wOl feature E^denburg Concertos numbCTs 
2, 4 and 6 and Cantata No. 189 "Meine Sede ruhmt und 
jvdst" for tenor, violin, cdlo. fhite, oboe, violin, double 
bass, ud harp8ich(»d. John Vorrasi will be tenor soloist. 

The concot is free and open to the public. Chairs wiU be 
provMed or listeners may bring blankeb and sit on the beach. 

In case of rain the concert will move to QalUee Binscopal 
Cburdi at 40tii Street and Padfic Avoiue. 



Only Good Deeds (Linda Scotece) ronain, muming 
Everyman's spirit in the form of a lovely daiKe ^ece. 

^th choreography by Susan Long, food timing and 
enthusiasm, the New Playnukos carry "B^^innan" 
past the truls to peaceful moment of introspection with 
Beauty's Song, "I'm You," a ballad written and 
performed by Trish Braswell. 

Origjnid music added by Fred Strong and David 
Russdl a>mplete a strong (»ece of dnuna. 

The cast put its b«K effort forward and attracted a 
crowd evra in summotime Viiyinia Beadi. 

It included: Brad Mdlo, Kdth Morrison, Linda 
Scotece, Myrrh Keton, George Kartis, Michelle 
Mo^an, Gene Westbrook, Dick RcfiMer, Katy Mellin, 
Pogfi, Therese Stokes, Kristi Mmrison, Naomi 
Bloomfield, Barbara Balonski, Pat Morrison, Karen 
Simmons, Lisa Simmons, Trish Braswell, Jeff Evans, 
Jenny McGinnis and Fred Strong. 

Musical accompaniment was by Mary Jane Utley. 




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Director Kathleea Lockwood accepto a rose. 



Because of puUk hiterest, 
the Virginia Beadi canqnis of 
TidemUa Community Col- 
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cmirse in Httha Y<w as part 
of the Spectrum im)gram of 
non-credit courses. 

U.M. Adardia, me of 
V^inki's best-known yoga 
instrwton, will lead the 
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tati<m and rdaxation. 

For ftirtto hifonnation, 
call die Office of Cominuing 
Educadcm at 428-6395 or 
427-3070. 



Uarn how to 
arrango flowors 

The ^^rghiia Beadi cam- 
pus of Tidewater Omunimity 
Coltege wQI offer a coarse in 
flower arranging as pert of 
the noiKaedit Spectrum pro- 
gram. 

Studenu wiU learn basic 
princ^to of floral design, 
wteh practice b creating ftor- 
al arrangements considering 
a variety of flowers (fresh 
and dried), contamers, situa- 
tions and occasions. 

Fm* further information, 
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Interlibrary, ,^ 
loMS offf^rad 

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that you'd like to read but , 
you can't find it at the ^ 
Uvary? Through the taiter- ^ 
Utory loan system, the Vir- ' 
ginia Beach puUic library can 
bwrow books for ymi to use 
from other lilHraries in the 
uea, state, ai^ nation. You 
pay (mly pottage. 

So stcqi by your local 
Ivandi library and discova 
faiterlitoary loan. Ask fcMr a 
brodmre. 



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JDanebig for the Neptune Festival 

Vlfgtaifai Beach daacnrs Dawn Dodson and John 
Wi^eiocbowaki have been adccted by the Neptuc 
Festtvd cxecalive director N^ic ikyaa to dance tN 
eonk iMM te &mx to "Dance One," a batectlc qioof- 
chof«waplwd by Gtm JftunaMtt and Randy 
SMpwdonuui f«r the Ncptnne Fcslhqd's Foaacters DKg. 
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lt7iiiyflitCRy«fVh|MnlMeh. 

SECTION 17-6, sUttes thitt all Cterlmge, Refuse and Waste to be removed by the 
city, shall be placed on the curb line by 7 A.M. ON THE DAY OF CX^LLECTION 
CN^Y. No CkulHife, Refuse of Containars are aUo^i^ to be {Awed, or ranain cm 
any {mblic str^t, otiier than tl» CHty of Ccrilection. 

SECTION 17-7, stat<» that Garbage and Burnable materials, ^laU be i^(%d (m the 
mee for orilKtion, in Metallic or Plastic ReceptaHei, or Hi^c ^p, of N(M More 
Ttam 20 Gallons CapMty and not to e»^ SO Pounds. The Rei^x^les sl^ Im^ 
co^^i awl i^^tic tap are to be tnd at the top. NO REFUSE is to be pbu:ed c» tlw 
st»eti for collection, in PAPER BAGS or PAPER CONTAINERS of any type. AU 
cardboanl shall be broken down and ti^ in bundle that can be handled Iqr oat 
pentmrnaAy. 

R^A»W4^) fiA to eMq^ with the above Oty Ordinance wiU be in vkAttkm and 




Wten somebody lases tfie price 
of lemms, scnnebody ^e has to pay 

And no natter how much you hate 
tosee ytxffoistomers' expras^ eo 
i|}, if yw own tttt loncmade ^ara,you 
Nwe to ia% ywar prices. 

If s tot mif witfi el«tricity. 



sta el^txkit^ din^ constantly. Add 
to that in&Aoo jnd t)% riai^ cc^ (tf 
finandi^M^ocm^nicting new power 
idants, wd you've gd the inevitaUe— 
{skeincreiffies. 

"^^^ wttl oemtiniK to firitf f or a 

And we u omtii^ to ^rive fOT an «so- 
nmw^ aiKl balanced i;^ of ft^s. 



Of omnse, Atf doe^t m^n 
those unwant^ incr^ses mtt^go ^ 
awiy. But itdo^ in^i toy'Dbe tepf 
as low as p(ssble. And in iitf^krasys 
times like these, that in it^tf is 8«ne if 
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VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 7th DAY OF 
August, 1978. 

In re: Adoption of Michial 
Allison Adair 

By: Leslie R. and Dorothy 
W.Allison, 
Petitioners 

To: Jon Michael Adair 
Address Unknown 



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ORDER 

This day came Leslie R. 
Allison and Dorothy W. 
Allison, Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Michial Allison Adair, by 
Leslie R. Allison and 
Dorothy W. Allison, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that Jon 
Michael Adair, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post offlce address 
being: Unknown. 

It is therefore Ord^l^ 
that the said Jon Michael 
Adair appear on or before 
the 27th day of 
^ptember, 1978 and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 



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T J A copy teste: 

' John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk . t-^ iHs 

.., nl ^'' ri'^ 
William F. Bumslde, p:(}. 
P.O. Box 1062 
; Virginia Beach, VA. 
23451 

VBS 8/16. 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
ftOfe't CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 7TH DAY OF 
August, 1978. s 

cdoiln re: Adoption of 
le^^ Gordon Rubin Schult 

•n* By: Dana Allan Weber 
^^frfoand Katherine Ann Weber 
'^J 8i Petitioners 
-.rtj !o 

mii^nTo: John Irving Schult 
,1 ,5^449.84^90 
uamscompany C, I43rd Signal 
>iM Battalion 

i5i«5 APO New York, New 
4airt lYork 09039 



necessary to protMt his 
interest in this matter. 

A p]py teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk. 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Deputy Clerk. 

William F. Burnside, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1062 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
2343 1 

VBS 8/16, 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION N 

In the Clerk's Offlce of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va., on the 7th day of 
August, 1978. 

Delores Ann Jones Fields, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Alonzo L. Fields, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds' of that the 
parties have lived separate 
and apart without any 
cohabitation and without 
interruption for more than 
one year, to-wit, since 
approximately February 
16, 1969. 

And an affldavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defoidant is a mm- 
resident of the SiMtt of 
Virginia, the last known 
post offlce address being: 
318 23rd Street, South 
Seattle, Washington. It is 
ordered that he do a|q;)ev 
on or before the 27^ of 
Sei^ember, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 

iii^'i^ to|i<|il in that 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keendian, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Glenn B. McClanan,p.q. 

425 South Witchduck 

Road 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23462 

VBS 8/16. 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 



^Je« ORDER 

^rit <« This day came Dana 

wfllo Allan Weber and 

(lU lUtherine Ann Weber. 

.*W*ffq>etitioners, aiul 

represent^ that the object 

hiwbTaf this procMding is to 

•«fM^ff«3 tiK adoiMion of the 

'6 poabwe namol infant, 

m X«Cjor(ton Rubin Schult, by 

Lins Duia Allan W^itst and 

J&Uli^Katherine Ann Weber, 

i^^i<ftusband and wife, and 

t| K%ffklavit having beat 

•a 'dUKte and nied that John 

•Wl nirai^ Schult, a natural 

l^roit of said child, is a 

Bon-KsMent of tlx Sute 

of Virginia, the last 

l''%nown pott offia Mldi^ 

.Mrisbeng: Company C, I43rd 

Sgnal Battalion, APO, 

New York, New York 

Wuii It is therefwe Oritered 

that the said John Irvin 

^iSchult a^Jear before this 

Court within ten (10) days 

I^S? after puWicaiion of this 

ftnii-f and indicaic his 

JiMiiiMk ummd the 

(.f'ir»'»-.cil aduftfiriH, or 

'tth-IMl-.i- fig wtlMl 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Oerk's Offlce of 
the Circuit Coatt of tlw 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Va.. on the 7th day of 
August. 1978. 

Jantee Marie Carrick, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

James Patrick Camdt. 

Defendant. 

Hw (rfjjeet of this suit is 
to olAain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said ctefoidam. iqxn 
the grounds of <me year 
sqMration. 

And an af fldavte havug 
been made and filed that 
the defdKlant is a non- 
resident of the ^ate of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addren bdng: 
Coriws Christ!, Texas. It 
is oittered that he do 
appear cm or b^(»e the 
27th of Septonber, 1978, 
and do whtt nuy be 
necessary to protect hh 
interest in thk rait. 

A copy-Teste:J(4Hi V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Kmiehan. 

Deputy Clwk. 

Wayne G.S<Niza,p.q. 

I22S Virginia Nat'l Bank 

Mdg. 

Norfolk. VA. 23510 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Ciroiit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 7th day of 
August. 1978. 

Mutin 0. Lorenz, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Ann A. Lorenz, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
'to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for a period of more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Viiifaiia, the last known 
post office address bdng: 
Waldron Island, 

Washington 98297. It is 
ordaed that she do appear 
on or before the 27th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her into'est in this 
suit, 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

oieputyaerk. 

Robert B. Cromwell, Jr., 

p.q. 

Ponbroke One-Suite 525 

Virginia Beach, VA. 

23462. 

VBS 8/16. 8/23. 8/30, 
9/6 

ORDER OF 
PUJIWCATI9N 

In tbcQerlf'js, Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 1st day of 
August, 1978. 

Michael Wayne 

Roemmlch, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Donna Lou Roemmich, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grmmds of des^ion 
lasting more than one 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
die defendant a a non- 
rerident of tiie Suae of 
Virginia, the last known 
pMt offfee address bdng: 
26 East Avenue, Uvonip, 
New York 14487, It is 
ordered that she do ai^war 
on or before the 21st of 
Sepitmher, 1978, uid do 
what may be necessary to 
pnrtect hCT faiterest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John 

V.FeDtress 

Bjf: Ptiiti A. Keendum, 

Deiwty Clerk. 

OomM E. Lee, Jr. p.q. 
^25 I^inMss Anne Road 
Viriinia Beach, VA. 

VBS 8/9, 8/16. 8/23. 8/30 

ORI^ROF 
PUBUCATION 

In die Oerk's Office of 
tiie OrcuJt OMrt of Uw 
Oty <tf Virgiiiia Beach. 
VA., cm the &id day of 
Ai«uA,19^. 

r.!ktedO'Connd 

Kiacaid. 

Pli^ff, 

aSnttt 

KtMe^ Heloi Swea^ 

KuioM. 

D^i^wt. 



to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro. which 
upon proper application 
at the proper time will be 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdng: 
11932 Triskett Road. 
Cleveland, Ohio 44135. It 
is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
22nd of September, 1978, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

Deputy Clerk. 

Louis W. Kershner, p.q. 
P.O. Box 62484 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23462 

VBS 8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 10th day of 
August, 1978. 

Cynthia June Shddon 

Drury, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Robert Charles Drury, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
«h?P^^;a divorce n» 
' vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdng: 
1682 Dylan Drive, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462. It is Ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
2nd of OctobCT. 1978. and 
do what may be mcessary 
to protect his mterest in 
this suit. 

A c»py-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Oaude Michael 

Sdaldone. p.q. 
324 London Blvd. 
Olde Towne. Portsmouth, 
VA. 23704 

VBS 8/16. 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 



is vwt{/t«^.>t /2.t. 8/30. 9/6 The d>^ of tills suit is 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT 

CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CITY 
VIRGINIA BEACH 
THE 28th DAY 
JULY, 1978. 

In re: Adoi^on of 
DAWN MARIE 

McENANEY and change 
of name to DAWN 
MARIE STEVENS 

By: mUSSEL WILLIAM 
STEVEl^ and HELEN 
MARGARET 
MAHONEY STEVENS, 
Husband and Wife 

IN CHANCERY NO. C- 
78-1159 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Thi object of this suit is 
fcH- the I^ticmos to 
olxan t!» ack^^cm of 
DAWN MARIE 



McENANEY and change 
of name to DAWN 
MARIE STEVENS. 

The Petitioners pray 
and a Final Order of 
Adc^ion be entered in the 
above^tyled adoption 
blowing the adoption and 
chai^ of name without 
the consent of the natural 
father, Matthew Midiad 
McEnaney, Jr., ^ose 
consent appears to -be 
unobtainable or may be 
bdng withheld contrary to 
the best interests of the 
child. 

An affidavit has beoi 
made and filed that 
Matthew Michad 

McEnaney, Jr., is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, his last known 
address being: Naval 
Station, Keflavkii Iceland, 
Box 33, FPO. New York. 
09571, it is ORDERED 
that he appear on or 
before the 18th day of 
September, 1978 and 
protect his interest herdn. 

It is furtiier ORDERED 
that this Order be 
published once a week for 
four (4) successive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun. 
a newspaper published in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

I request this: 

Michael E. Grey, p.q. 

Grey, Nielsen. Grey ft 

Arsenault 

160 Newtown Road, Suite 

215 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23462 

VBS 8/9, 8/16, 8/23. 8/30 

VIRGINIA: N THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF 
fifll pCITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 28th DAY OF 
JULY. 1978 

IN RE: Discharge front 
Liability to V. Alfred 
Etheridge, Former 

Treasurer of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

IN CHANCERY NO. 
C78-362 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

THIS MATTER Came 
to be heard upon the 
petition of V. Alfred 
Etii«idge. former 

treasurer of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
by counsel, to be 
discharged from liability 
pursuant to Section 58-933 
of the Code of Vi^inia; 
and 

WHEREAS, tiie 

o^ficates required by 
Section 58-933 of tiie 
Cocte of ^ginia having 
been iHCsented to this 
Court; and 

WHEREAS. the 

aforesaid Section 58-933 
of die Code of Vh-ginia 
requires publication of 
ncMice m a newspaper 
ctoignated by the Cowrt 
CMKX a week for a paiod 
of fcNir siKoessive ««eks 
and l^ posting itt the front 
docv of tills CcMft, it a 
hereby ORDERED tiiat 
tiie C^k of dris Court (1) 
poUish a c(H^ of th» 
Qrcto in tiie Virginia 
BoMdi &u oiKC a wedc for 
aperkid of tow moeemyt 
wed»aad<^ post a o^ 
of thtt C^der at tl» front 
docM' of this Onirt, stating 
and V. Alfred Etiieridge. 
fcMrmer treasurer of the 
Oty of Virginia Beach, 
wiU move the 0>urt cm tl» 
22ui day of Sq^enb^, 
1978, at 10K» A.M. at tiie 
CourthouK thereof to 
diter an orc^ of final 
diiKhar^ fnHn liablHty to 
him. 

I ask for this: 



V. Alfrwl Etheridge, Jr. 

Attorney for the 

Petitions 

128 S. Lynnhaven RcMd 

Virginia Beach. VA. 

23452 

VBS 8/9. 8/16. 8/23. 8/30 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Office of 
tiie Circuit Couri of the 
Oty of Virginte Beach. 
Va., on the 2nd day of 
August, 1978. 

Dianna Jean Bailey, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Odric Levin Bail^. 

Defradant. 

The objcJbt of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of a 
continuous one-year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made uid fUed that 
the defoidant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the Ust known 
post office address bdng 
unknown. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 22nd of 
Septonber, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

DNqittty Clerk. 

L^ Clinic of Wm. 
Merrit, p.q. 
1216(>anbyStred 
Norfolk, VA. 

VBS 8/9, 8/16. 8/23, 8/3&' 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Office of 
the Circuit Couri of the 
Qty of Virjiiua Beach. 
VA.. on the 8th day of 
August, 1978. 

JuditiiKayScharle, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Joseph M. Scharle. II, 

Defendant. 

The object of tills suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vfaiculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of sq»antion 
for mc»e than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed tiiat 
tlw defendant is a non- 
resident of tiie State of 
^nrginia, the last known 
po«f office address being: 
1475 Canyon Cove Lane, 
Apvtment 36, Ogden. 
Utah 88401. It is ordered 
that he do appear on ot 
before the 28th of 
Septonber, 1978, and do 
what may be necessury to 
IH-cMect his interest in this 
suit. 

A ccn>y-Teste: John V. 

Foitress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy CiCTk 

^cm P. Kloentd, p.q. 
H^ ft OrawfcM^ %eets 
P.O. Draw^ IQ 
PortsoMnitii, VA. 23705 

VBS8^1«, 8/23, 8/^.9/6 



To be named Ja»m Aaron 
HUe 

In Chancery No. C-78-547 

By: Hmothy John HUe 
and Ruth Ann Hile. 
P^tioners 

To: IHmny, Theron 

Lindsey 

7205 Marcy, Talbot Park 

Apartments. No. C 

Norfolk, VA. 23505 

ORDER 



This day came Timotiiy 
John HUe and Ruth Ann 
HUe, Petitioners, and 
r^resoited that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
riiove named infant 
Danny Theron Lindsey, 
Jr. by Timothy John HUe 
and Ruth Ann HUe, 
husband and wife, uid 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that Danny 
Theron Lindsey. a naturd 
parent of said cliUd. is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
bdng: 7205 Marc^, Talbot 
Park Apartments, No. C, 
Norfolk, Virginia 23505. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Danny 
Theron Lindsey appear on 
or before the (kh day of 
October, 1978 uid 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otiierwiw do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest ui this 
matter. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress. Clerk., 



Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having general diculatkn 
in tiie City of VirgiBia ^ 
Beach so tiutt til* said 
newspaper nay puUiih 
tills notice ODoe a vfdt for 
twosuccesdvewadu. 

H.L.Lani 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress, Ctok. 

By: J. Curtis Friiit. 

DieputyOerk. 

VBS8/23.I/30 

ORDIikOF 
PUBLICATION 

In tiie Clerk's Office of 
tiie Cbcult Court of tbt 
aty of Virgiiiia Btidi, 
VA.. on tiie 14th d^ of 
August, 1971. 

Joe L.David, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Mary BeU David, 

Defendant. 

The object of diiiiiiit is 
to obtain a divoroi a 
vinculo matrimony tm^_ 
the said defendant, iipoa 
the grounds of oontioNOiHi 
septtnuion for one ycnr. 

And an affidavit havim 
been made and fUed that 
the defendant is a aon> 
reddent of tiia Statt of 
Virginia, the lait known 
post office addran bdng: 
Rt. 3, Box 204 
lamettsville, SoytK 

CaroUna 29S12. It ii 
cMTdered diat the do v^pmr 
on or beftm dM 4th of 
October. 1971. and do 
what may be neotttary to 
im>tect Iter iittotit bi this 
suit. ^i 



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W^T^^^'^ "■ 



i 



WUUam L. Taliaferro, Jr. 

p.q. 

One Mafai Plaza East 

Plaza One BuUding, Suite 

701 

Norfolk. VA. 23510 



By: Patti A. Kamrtian, 
oieputyCkric. * 

Thomas W. Qoodman, 



Jr., p.q. 

1213 LasUn Road 
.. Virgfaria Baadi. VA. 
VBS 8/23, 8/30, 9/5, 9/13 23451 



ORIffiROF 
PUBLICATION 

Virginia: In the Oerk's 
Office of the Orcuit 
Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beadi, on tiie 
16di day of August, 1978. 

In re: Adi^tion of Danny 
TbeonLfaiter.Jr. 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
aRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF 
VIRGINL\ BEACH 

IN RE: ESTATE OF 
AGNES T. 

ROBERTSON, 
DECEASED 

CHANCERY COURT 
PAPERS 4853 

ORDER 

It appearing that a 
report of the accounts of 
First ft Mercdiants 
National Bank, Executor 
of the estate of Agnes T. 
Robntson, decosed, and 
of tlw ddits and donands 
a^unst her EstUe have 
beoi filed in tiie do-k's 
Office of tiie Orcuit 
Owrt of tiie Oty of 
Virginia Beac^, Vfaginia, 
and that six (6) montln 
have dapsed sincx tlM 
qualification, on mo^m 
of tint ft Merchant 
National &m&, Etecutcv; 

It is ORDERED dutt 
tht cni^on of, and tU 
friim intoests fai tlw 
ediMr^ riKw cauw, if 
ai^^y can, cm die 8th 
cfa^ of Sqrtonb^, 1978, 
bef<»« thk c»urt, apdiM 
tl» payoMmt and ddivoy 
of tte ettitte of AgMs T. 
Koocnqm, c ec^ ea seu , to 
the ^tMs, irittout 
reqidring binding 

bw*. 

Itisfurth«^ORDERm> 
that die Ckxk of this 
Ccwt is to foittaM 
tiMsnit a co{^ ot d^ 
c»dff tt) dK V^^^ 



VBS 8/23, 8/30. 9/5. 9/13 



ORDEEOF 
PUBUCATK»4 

In dw Oerk's OIRoe of' 
the Circuit Co«t of the 
Oty of Virgbiia Bitdi, 
VA., on die Ifth day of 
August, 1971. 

Jeanne C.Oidlqr. 

Plaimifr. 

against 

Stewart R.Qidlay, 

Defendant. 

The object of tbii suit Is 
to (rt^tiin a dhwQe a 
vinculo mMrioKMli Irani 
the said defendant, upon 
ttw gromds of ont yaii 
sepuntioo ipidwHt 

cohabitation and wUMut 
interruption Sm. 2IVf 1 

And an affidavit havim 
been nttde and lUad dwt 
die ddieiidant Is i non-- 
reddem of dw State of 
Vit^xia, dw last txmm 
pod (^loe addnpB 
P.O. Box 3S93. 
BeacA, CaVfomia Wn.. 
It is ordered that ha #o 
•ppeu on or b^ore dw 
6di of October. 1191, Hri 
(k) wiutt »Qr bf apsiiSMy . 
to protect m intvtst In 
diksttit. 

A cc^^Teste: JohnV. ^ 
Feitreu 
By: l^ti A. 
DqwQrOot. 



ass batan 



Timodiy W. 

p.q. 

^ihe 311, ifio Hmnom 

Rood ^'' '. '' 

n^^ laaeh. VA. 

^4«2 



isav 



Vlj|iaNI» M^Am SUN g WKttNKSPAY. AUCiUST 30. 1971 11 



Virginia B«ach PubNc Notices cont'd 



VIRGlNlAi IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 1ST DAY OF 
AUGUST, 1978 

^ITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, VIRGINIA, 
A Municipal Corporation, 
Complainant, 

vs. 

JOSEPH A. SIMONS 

a/k/a JOSEPH A. 

SIMON a/k/8 JOS. A 

SIMON a/k/a J.A. 

SINiON, Address 

Unknown, and this 

defendant's consort, if 

any th^'ejie, whose names 

are also unknown, and if 

the defendants be dead, 

their surviving <x>nsorts, if 

any , there be, the 

defendant's children, if 

any there be, tlMir heirs at 

law, next of Ikin, 

devisees, ' k^tte&, 

personal rq)resentatives, 

lien creditors, and the lien 

creditors of any heirs or 

devisees, and any other 

person or corporation 

having any intwest in the 

subject matter of this suit, 

all of whose names and 

postoffiQc address^ are 

.completely unknown; and 

thjtt^ajlti^udpwMes are 

hneby made parties 

defeiulant to this 

proceeding by the general 

description of "PARTIES 

DEFENPANT," 
' Defendints' 

V; ORDEROF 
' PUPLICATKW 

, ' The ohy^ct of this suit is 
, fof the said Connjlainant 
_ tp enforce its Jien for taxes 
and tp sell for the payment 
of certain.delinquent taxes 
the real estate described at 
the end of this Order of 



V aM'^'=m^*f<F!^^^^''^&iAom 



Btock 119; and duly 
recorded in Deed Book 
130, at Page 302, for Lou 
5, 6 and 7. and Deed Book 
128, at Page 426, for Lots 
land 2. 

A COPY TESTE: John V. 

Fmtress, Cl^k. 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

DeputyClCTk. 

Larry Wise, p.q. 

P.O. Box 15142 

Chesapeake, VA. 23320 

VBS 8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
tiie Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virgiida Beach. 
VA., 01* the ISth day of 
August, 1978. 

RobmHarolflSalvin. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Wendy Carol Salvin, 

Defadant. 

The (^ject of this suijt is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from, 
the sud defendant, upon 
the grounds of <Hie year 
separatiiHi. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
rodent of the State of 
Virgbiia, the last known 
post office address being: 
1641 3rd Avenue, Apt.- 
14E, New York. New 
York 10028. It U ordered 
that she do i4>pear on or 
before the Sth of October, 
1978, and do what nuiy be 
necessary to protect her 
kterest in this suit. 

A oq;)y-Teste: John V. 

Foitress 

By: I^ttti A. Keenehan. 

I>eputy Clerk. 



ntH 



< i'Sf 



^Kcated in the City of 
Virginia Beadi, State of 
Virginia. 

And an Affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the Defendant is 
unknown as to 
whereabouts, address and 
location, although (hie 
diligoice has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
Complainant, its agents 
ami attorneys, to ascotain 
tlw county or corporation 
in which the said 
Defendant is residing, but 
without effect, tiie last 
knovra post office address 
of the said Defendant 
being unknown and 
unavailable; it is 

ORDERED that he do 
appear ho'e on or before 
the 21st day of September, 
1978 and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

LPOAL DESCRIPTION 
OFREALESATE 

ALL.THC^E CERTAIN 
kHs, pieces or parcels of 
lan<l loq^ in Virgmia 
BcasSi^ Virginia, known, 
numbered and detonated 
as U^ 1 aiul 2, in ttock 
119, i^i4 Lots 5,6 and 7, in 
Block m, on the PUu of 
Lakewood. property of 
Vir|i4i& Beach Realty 
, Cpcppiation, dated June 
22, W25» made by 
ClodfeUer attd Sdiisler, 
En^QCCTS, whi(^ saki amp 
if dsfy T^ordeii in tlw 
Ctefk's Office ta Map 
Book, % at Page 100; 
retoence is t^eby macte 
to said plat for a more 
particular desoii^on 
thereof. 



IT BEING THE SAME 
l»-operty conveyed to io9. 
A. ^mm a/k/a JiMeph 
A. Simon by deed of 
Virgil^ Be«di i^i^ 
Cmp^ii^m dated 

SeitttBfeei 5. 19^ tat 
UM 9, 6 and 7, te Stock 
121, iiKl S^MMer 2. 
192S. for Lott 1 and 2, in 



4565 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

>%ginia BetKh, VA. 

23462 

VBS 8/23, 8/30, 9/5, 9/13 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In tiie Clerk's Office of 
tiie Orcuit Court of Uie 
Oty of Virghiia Beach, 
VA., on tiie lOtii day of 
August. 1978. 

Betty Jean Fentress, 

I^lamtiff. 

against 

Euphus Am(M Fentress, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to dbain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii ftom 
tiie said the defendant, 
upon the grounds of oas 
yearsqiMratian. 

And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that tiie defendant's 
last known post office 
address is 2936 Holland 
Road, Virginia Beach. 
Virginia, and tint di» 
diU^ice has beoi used by 
and (m b^alf of die 
irfaintiff to ascoiain in 
what ccwmty or 
corporation the defendant 
is, witiiout effect. It u 
ordoed that he do qypear 
on or before the 2im1 of 
October, 1978, and do 
whirt nay be nec^Hoy to 
protect his interest in Uiis 
suit. 

A co|^-T«te: John V. 

Fortress 

By: Patti A. Keen^an, 

Deputy Clok. 

l^r^ A. NotO', p.q. 

D^Murtmeit of Social 

Serviwt 

Munidpal Canter, 

>nr^a Beach, VA. 

VBS 8/16, 8/^, 8/30,9/6 



ORDEROF 

PUBLICATION 

In the Qo-k's Office of 
the Orcuit Court of tlw 
aty of Virginia Beadi, on 
die 9th day of August, 
1978. 

David Walter Gwrge, 
Plaintiff, 
jKgainsi 

&izanne Louise 

Ununerman George, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from tiie 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of willful 
deserticm or 

abandonmmt. 

And an affidavit having 
beoi made and filed that 
the defoidant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, but that hor last 
known post office address 
was 273 Citation Drwe, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
It is ordered that Suzanne 
Louise Timmerman 

George do appear on or 
before tiie 29th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her intwest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
Deputy Clerk. 

Whiteman ft Yon, p.q. 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 23502 

VBS 8/16. 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In tiie Clo-k's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 9th day of 
August, 1978. 

Robert Lee Carroll, 

Plabtiff. 

against 

R(Me Nobey Carroll, 

Defmdant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vincuto naatrimonii from 
the atid defendant, upon 
the grounds of cruelty 
tantamount to 

constructive desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed tiiat 
the defendant is a non- 
. rendent of the State of 
Virginia, since afto- a 
diUgmt sevcfa the 
comidainant has been 
unable to locate the 
defendant at her last 
known address; tp-wit: 
947 Virginia Beach Blvd.. 
Triangle Trailer Court, 
Vi^nia Beach, Virginia. 
It is wdered that she do 
appev on or before the 
29Ui of Sq>tanbar, 1978, 
and do what may be 
iwce»ary to protect her 
interest hi this suit. 

A copy-Teste: . John V. 

Foitress 

By: Patti A. Ke^ehan. 

DefHity Clerk. 

James A. Gorry. Ill, p.q. 
P.O. Box 626 

Virginia Beach. VA. 
23451 

VBS 8/16, 8/23. 8/30, 9/6 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In tiie Clwk's Office of 
tiie Orcttit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
VA.. on the 11th day of 
August, 1978. 

Jma OrahoviM Wilson, 
Plalittifr. 



pMfidtG.WibcHi, 
Defendnt. 

Tlw ofeFfe^ of tills sitftte 
to ckiuiki a dvorce a 
viiKnito iMtriflMw fnm 



the said defeiKlant, upon 
tiie pentads of having 
lived s^vale and apart 
without (»habitatton and 
witiiout IntsruiNiMi since 
January 5, 1977, a period 
of time in excea of one 
^ar. 

And an amdavit havuig 
been made and filed tiuit 
tiie defendut is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
CPW - 5 TSC, NAS, 
ftrunswick, Mune. It is 
ordered tiwt he do i^pear 
on or before the 2nd of 
October, 1978, and do 
what may be neoenary to 
protect his into-est in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keowhan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Mrs. JanO B. Burt. p.q. 
1369 Laskin Ro«l 
Virginia Beach, VA. 
23451 

VBS 8/16. 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In the aerk's Office of 
tiie Circuit Court of tiie 
aty of Vh-ghua Beach, 
VA., on tiie 3rd day of 
August, 1978. 

Sarah H.Larmour, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Robot Baker Larmour, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of Constructive 
Desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the (tefendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
RoUt^ 3, Box 49<K Bas8«tt^ 
Virginia 24055. It is 
ordered that he do appew 
(Hi or before the 25th of 
September, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
fvotect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keowhan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Nathaniel J. Cohen, p.q. 

P.O. Box 572 

P.O. Box 573 

Virginia Beadi. VA. 

23451 

VBS 8/16. 8/23, 8/30, 9/6 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In tiw Clerk's Office of 
tiie Circuit Court of tiw 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
VA.. on tiw 17tii day of 
August, 1978. 

Darloie M.Jacobs, 

PlainUff. 

agai^ 

Roudd L. Jacol». 

Defendant. 

1^ (^ject of this suit k 
to obaia a divorce a 
vii^do mauimonii fran 
tiw said defoidant, upcm 
tiw grtNuids of sepan^m 
taking for a poiod of 
msn than oiw year uncto 
Section 20-91(9) of tiw 
Code of Virgiida (1950). 

And an afi^vit having 
beoi made uid filed tint 
the (kfendant is a wm- 
readoit of tiie Sute of 
Vl^ittia. tte taM kiKwn 
p(M oflfoe additn being: 
Seeutity Polfoe Statton, 
l^SNS Midway Istend, 
F.RO. San Frandsoo, 
OWomia 96614. It » 
Ofdeed tiutt he (to anpar 
<» « bef(M« the 9th of 
Octobw. 1978, and do 
wiM n^ be necessary to 
preset Us iittoe« in thte 
s^. 



A c(^-Teste: Jtdm V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 

DeiNityOo-k. 

Theodcm A. Boyce, p.q. 
105 N. Plaza TraU 
Priiwea Anne Plaza 
P.O. Box 2193 
Vlrgfaiia Beach, VA. 
23452 

VBS 8/23, 8/10, 9/6, 9/13 

ORDEROF ~ 
PUBLICATION 

In the Oork's Office of 
the Circuit Court of tiw 
aty of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on tiw 18Ui day of 
August, 1978. 

Valeria Taddd Caron, 

Pbdntiff, 

agahist 

Robert Cuon, 

Defendant. 

Hie object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo maUtanonii from 
the said defendant, ttp(»i 
the groundu of one (I) 
year se^uvtion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of tiw &ate of 
Virgiida, the last known 
post office addreu being: 
243 N. Jaurez Avenue, 
Cuidad Juarez. Mexico. It 
is ordered that he do 
uppeu on or before the 
9tii of October, 1978, and 
(to what may be necessvy 
to ivotect his hiterest in 
tiiissuit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keendum, 

Deputy Oerk. 

Alex H. Adkhts, p.q. 
P.O. Box 12571 
306 Executive Office 
Blvd.- Janaf 
Norfolk, VA. 23502 
VBS 8/23, 8/30, 9/6, 9/13 

PUBLICATION 

In the aerk's Office of 
tiw Circidt Court of tiw 
aty of Viifhiia Beach. 
VA.. on tiw 15tii day of 
August, 1978. 

Michad Eugene Cody, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

ZoeRae Neville Cody. 

Defoidant. 

The object of this suit is 
to dbtaia a div(»oe a 
mensa et thoro fhxn the 
said drfendant, upoa the 
grounds of desotion. 

And an affidavit havhig 
been made and fUed tiitt 
tiw defoidant is a non- 
resident of tiw State of 
Virginia, tiw last known 
port oftiet address being: 
923 . Nortii Hill. 
Springfield. Illinois 62702. 
It Is ordeied tiiat she do 
appeu aa (x hetan tiw 
4tii of Octobo. 1978 and 
do whiu may be neoessury 
to protect ho hiterest in 
tiiissuit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Foitren 

By: Patti A. Keeneiian, 

Dieputyderk. 

Ttamu C. ftrojles, p.q. 

pKiflc Avenue at 35tli 

StreO 

Virgfaiia Beach. VA. 

23451 

VBS 8/23. 8/30. 9/5, 9/1}. 

Vbgbiia: In tiw Clerk's 
Offfce of the Circuit 
Court of tiw C^ of 
Vli^nte Beach, on the 
21st day of Aupist, 1978. 

In re: Adoption (rf Oeone 
^usttdCaiq^}d.ni 

^ B.B. Sdaab and 

HoraMnftuceSctaiA, 

Petitioaeis 

To: Qeotwt 
MercoConn^.Penn 



ORDER 

This day caow B.B. 
Sdtoab and Nonnan 
Bfuce Sch«d>, Petttioiwrs. 
ud rquesented Aat tlw 
objeA of this proceedtaig 
is to e^ect tiw tdopdoa of 
the above named hifant. 
George Sunud Cami^wli. 
Ul, by B.B. Schaab and 
NoroMm Bruce Schad). 
hiMbaad and wife, and 
affklavit havhig beoi 
made and fUed ttot 
Oewie Smui^ CamirtwH. 
U, a Mttural iMrcnt of said 
ddld, is « n(MHresident of 
tiw State of Vliginhi. tiie 
hut known post office 
addfcn beiiig: FarrdI 
Towndiip. Merco 

County, ^nnsyWenia. It 
is tlwrefore Oidefed tiut 
the said Qeofwe Samud 
Canqibdl, II apptu <m or 
before tiw lltii day of 
Octobo, 1978 and 
iOfdicate his attitude 
toward tiw |»oposed 
ado^n. or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
(NTOtect his intoest hi this 
matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fenuress, Ook 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. 
oiqwtyCterk 

Clyde O. Killer. p.q. 

12160ranbyStreO 

Norf(dk,Va. 

VBS 8/30. 9/6, 9/13. 9/20 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In tiw Ckrk's Office of 
tiw Circuit Court of tiw 
aty of Virginia Beach. 
VA.. on tiie 24tii day of 
August, 1978. 

Cynthia Anne Landry, 

Pbdntiff. 

against 

Dwight Glenn Landry, 

Defoidant. 

The object of tills suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa o thoro to be 
nwrged upon propo 
application into a (ttvorce 
a vincuto mauimonii; 
from the said defendant, 
upon tiw gioulids of 
oomhict tantamount to 
desertion. 

And an affidavit 
hiving been made and 
filed that tiie defendant Is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, tiie last 
known post office adcheu 
being: 3026 Nhitii 
Avenue, Port Arthur, 
Texas 77640. It is ordoed 
that he do appear on or 
before tiw I6tii of 
Septembo, 1978, and do 
whtt nuy be necessary to 
pnttect his interett hi this 
suit. 

A oc^-Teste: 3oha V. 

Pentiess 

Wy: Patti A. Keendian, 

Dqmtydok. 

James R. McKenry, p.q. 
P.O. Box 1044 
Vlqiiiia BeMh. VA. 
234SI 

VBS S/30. 9/6. 9/13. 9/20 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In tbe Clerk's Office of 
tiw Cliaiit Court of tiw 
Cby of VirglBia Beach, 
VA.. on tiw 2501 dmr of 
August, 197S. 

OailA Tastad 

McOranai^m. 

PliiBtiff. 



MehadJ. 

MoCkuia^am. 

Dcieadwt. 

The object of dds suit is 
to e^tirin ft ^raiee a 
vteeido oMteoaM from 
tiw sdd drfsfiftairt. iqK» 
te vowds <rf havioi 
ttved tmme «ad apart 
AKt OcMte II, mi* ft 
period (^ tinw hi eaioen of 



one you. with(Hit eny 
o^aWtation and without 
faitoruption. 

And an affidavit having 
beoi made and filed that 
t^ defoicfamt is a non- 
rcsidoit of the Sute of 
Virginia, the hut known 
p(»t office addrass bdng: 
25 DuikIm Avenue. 
Hooksot, New 

Hampshire, 03106. It U 
ordered tiut he do appear 
on or bef(xre the 1^ of 
Octobo, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protort his Uiterest hi this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

1^: Patti A. Keenehan, 

I>eputy Clok. 

Janet B. Burt, p.q. 
1369 Laskhi Road 
P.O. Box 625 
Vhiinia Beach, VA. 
23451 

VBS ^/gOt 9/gi g/ j3. 9/20 
PUBLICATION 

In tiie aok's Office of 
tiie Circuit Court of tiie 
aty of Virginhi Beach, 
VA., on Uie 25tii day of 
August, 1978. 

Jeffry A. Manning. 

PhOntiff, 

agdnst 

Judith W. Manning. 

Defen(hmt. 

The object of tills suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defoidant. upon 
the grounds of havhig 
lived tepmte and tiput in 
excess of one you, to wh: 
since Novembo 10, 1976. 

And an affidavit having 
been nude and filed that 
the defoi(Unt is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Viqhiia, tiw hut kiuiwn 
post office address being: 
884 Nortii 3rd Stred, 
Woodbum, Oregon. It hi 
, gi4m^ Owt^ do. awwar 
on or before tiie^otii of 
Octobo, 1978, and do 
what may be necessary to 
imitect ho hiterest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Tote: John V. 

Fentress 

^: Patti A. f Keenehan, 

Deputy Clok. 

William H. Colona, Jr., 

p.q. 

1397 Laskin Road 

Virghiia Bowh,VA. 

VBS 8/30. 9/6, 9/13, 9/20 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In tiie aok's Office of 
the Circuit Court of tiw 
aty of Virghtia Beach, 
VA.. on tiie 23rd day of 
August, 1978. 

EarlL.EIUott. 

PhOntiff. 

agahist 

UmiseBerressBliott. 

Oefeiuhmt. 

Tbe object of tills suit is 
to ckuin a divtMrce a 
vhKSdo matrimonii from 
the said defoidant. upon 
tN grouiub of om year 
tuptnikm. 

And an af fklavit havhig 
beoi made and filed tiitt 
the d^eadant te a non- 
resident of tiw State of 
Virgiiria. tiw last known 
post ofltoe address bdng: 
124 Patan Beach Ptace. 
Vfari^nte Bowh. VA. It is 
ordered ditt ^ do af^ear 
00 or befcm the 13th of 
O&olba 1978. aiul (to 
wtat m^ be neoenanf to 
imNcct ho imered hi ti^ 
niit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J(du V. Fratress 

^: Htti A. Iteo^an. 

bepo^ Clerk. 

LuidftJ.Duggaa.p.q. 
3707 ^nbdft Bea^ Blvdv 
Vfagfaila Beach. VA. 
234S2 

Vma/y?. 9/6. 9/13. 9/20 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In the aok's Office of 
tiw arcuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Bourh, 
Va. on the 23th day of 
Augiut, 1978. 

Doris Kanm Grant, 

Plahitiff, 

agahist 

WiUard Owens Grant, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to ' obtain a divorce a 
vhiculo matrimonii from 
tiie said defendant, upon 
the grounds of the 
conthiuous physical 

sqMration of the pariio 
with the intention to 
discontinue permanently 
tiie marital cohabiution 
since October 22. 1972. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tiie defmdant is a non- 
reddent of the State of 
Viifhtia, the last known 
post office address being; 
1312 Washington Stred, 
Roanoke Rapids, North 
C^aroUna. It is ordered 
tiiat he do appear on or 
before the 13th of 
Octobo, 1978. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect Ms interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

FoitrMS 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

F. Andrew Carroll, p.q 

101 North Lynnhaven 

Road 

P.O. Box 2127 

Virghiia Beach, VA. 

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VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 24th DAY OF 
August, 1978. 

In re: Adoption of Mindy 
DyleneHorne 

By: Richard Larry 

F^eonan, 

Petitiono. 

To jack Lamar Home, Jr. 
4001 17th Avenue 
Columbus. Georgia 31904 

In Chancery 
No. C-78-1506 

ORDER 

litis chiy came Richard 
Larry Freeman and Mabel 
Jomdte Tdbot Freeman, 
POitioners, and 

rq)resented that the object 
of this proMeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Mindy Dylene Home, by 
Richard Larry I^eeman, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been 
made and filed tlwt Jack 
Lamar H(»iie, Jr., a 
natural parent of said 
child, is a non-resident of 
the ^te of Virginia, the 
but known post office 
address bdng: 4001 17th 
Avenue, Columbus. 

OeotK^ 31904. 

It U tto-efore Ordered 
tint the said Jack Lamar 
Honw, Jr., appaa on or 
before the 16tii (ky of 
Octobo, 1978, and 
taidicate his attitude 
toward the pta^oud 
ad(9ti(m, or otiiowise do 
iriiat is necosary to 
protect his uit^t in this 
matto. 

AoopyTeste: 
Mm V. Foitras, Qok 
By: Patti A. Ke^dum, 
DJqwtyaok. ' : 

Sacla ami Abnms, i^q. 

5 itogo Exeaitii« C^mo 

&ihe220 

Norfolk, Virguia. 23502 

VBS 8/30. 9/6. 9/13, 9/20 



?i 2 % IH4;iM A BKAC H Sl'N 1 ! WKI>N|:SDAY. AUGUST 30. 1971 



Vhrgirtia Beach Public Notices cont'd 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH. ON 
•THE 2Sth day of August, 
1978. 

In re: Adoption of Daniel 
Joseph Hairfield, Michael 
tn/m/n) Hairfield, Bart 
^/M/N) Hartfield, and 
Bret (N/M/N) Hairfield 

By: Paul Joseph ftvner, 
Jr. and Loretta Ligia 
Bruner, husband and 
wife. 
Petitioners 



To: George Howard 

Hairfield 

last known address being: 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

' ORDER 

This day came Paul 

Joseph Bruner, Jr. and 

Loretta Ligia Bruner, 

Petitioners, and 

represented that the object 

of this proceeding is to 

effect the adoption of the 

labove named infants, 

Daniel Joseph Hairfield, 

Michael (n/m/n) 

Hairfield, Bart (n/m/n) 

Hairfield & Bret (n/m/n) 

Hairfi|fla.by Paul Joseph 

-Biiin^i-, h., and Loretta 

LigTa Bniner, husband 

«nd wife^ and affidavit 

having been made and 

filed that George Howard 

Hairfield appear on or 

biefore the 16th day of 

October, 1978 and 

indicate his attitude 

toward the prop(»ed 

adoption, or otherwise do 

what is necessary to 

iM-otect his interest in this 

matter. 

A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Qerk 
tt^i Yttfl A. KtifiMtiH; 
Deputy Clerk. 

i ask for this: 

Karl L. Drews, p.q. 
4560 Columbus Loop 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23462 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
dty of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 23rd day of 
August. 1978. 

George Williams, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Shirley R. Williams. 

Defnidant. 

.. . The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divcvce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grouiuls of living 
separate a^ afMut (or a 
ptrktA of tnore than one 
^ar. 

And an affidavit having 
bem nuuk and filed that 
fiJM defo^ant is a non- 
resident of the i^ate of 
^ir^nia, the last known 
i^t office address bang: 
^13 Ponbroke Road No. 
i^ Gastonia. North 
^Cvolina, It is ordered 
^at she do ^pear cm or 
^fore the 13th of 
,^ober, 1978. and do 
what may be necessary to 
fkoiect her interest in this 
nitt. 

A copy-lmt: John V. 

fmtttu 

pyi PatU A. Keendian. 

t^qnity Clerk. 

on 

•John N. Parker, p.q. 
1397 Laskin RoMl 
''Virginia Bm::h, VA. 
'23451 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court o^ the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
VA., on the 23rd day of 
August, 1978. 

James H. Brooks, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Sherry D. Brooks, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one-year's 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Box 512. Grimes Road, 
Polk City, Florida. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 13th of 
October, 1978, and do 
what may be nec«sary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 

Deputy Clerk. 

Keith H. Banget, p.q. 
505 Court Street 
Portsmouth, VA. 23705 

VBS 8/30. 9/6. 9/13. 9/20 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virgmia Beach, 
VA., del the IStd day of 

Brenda barlene Riddick 

Williams, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Josq)h Williams. 

Defendant. - 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdng: 
11911 Martin Luther King 
Boulevard, Houston. 
Texas 77048. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 16th of 
October. 1978. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his into-est in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A.Keenehan. 

Deputy Clerk. 

Forest A. Nater, p.q. 
&aff Attorney 
Deputmoit of Social 
Soviet 

Munkapal Center 
Virgniia Beach. VA. 
23456 



VBS 8/30, 9/6. 9/13. 9/20 



NOTICE 

The Annual Report of 
the Brody " Family 
Foundation is v^faibte 
for inspection at 2701 
Aven^ Drive, Virginia 
BaaA, Virginia. Mcmiay 
through Friday from 9:30 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Julian Rashkind 
Foundation Manager 



VMS H/ Vj, <t/f,, W I J, y/ai VBS 8/30 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Vir^nia Beach Board of Zoning App«ds win 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, Sept«nbcr 
20. 1978, at 7:30 PM. in the Council Chambers, 
Administration Building, Municipal Center, Virginia 
B«ich, Virginia. The following applications will appear 
on the agenda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. George J. Pappas requests a variance of 20 square 
feet of sign allowance to 320 square feet of sign area 
instead of 300 square feet of sign area as allowed and to 
allow a tlurd free-standing sign instead of 2 free- 
standing signs as now existing (1 conforming and 1 
nonconforming) on LoU 7, 8, 9 and 10, Diamond Lake 
Estates, 5819 Northanipton Boulevard. Bayside 
Borough. 

2. Arthur P. Pratt requests a variance to allow parking 
of a major recreational equipment in front of a building 
instnd of behind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Lot 45. Elizabeth River 
Shores, 509 S. Military Highway. Kempsville Borough. 

3. Great Atlantic Agency by Grover Wright, Attorney, 
requesu a variance of % square feet of sign allowance 
to 128 square feet of sign area instead of 32 square feet 
of sign area as allowed (identification sign) on a Parcel, 
11.5 acres. Laurel Park Apartments, Holland Road 
Bayside Borough. 

4. F. Beale Wilhoit requests a variance of 10 feet to a 20 
foot front yard setback (Egret Point) instead of 30 feet 
as required on Lot 4, Sylvan Lake, 1208 Egret Point. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

5. F. Beale Wilhoit requests a variance of 10 feet to a 20 
foot front yard s^back (Egret Point) instead of 30 feet 
as required on Lot 3, Sylvan Lake, 1212 Egret Point. 
Lyimhaven Borough. 

6. Bangel-Kramer, F. L. Kochey, Contract Owner, by 
A. H. Pully, Jr., Attorney, requests a variana of 5 feet 
to 5 foot side yard setbacks, both sides, instead of 10 
feet each as required on Lot 4, Block 21, Croatan 
Beach, 516 S. Surfside Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

7. Robot R. and Carol R. Rose request a variance to 
allow parking of a major recreational equipment in 
front of a building instead of behind the nearnt portion 
of a building adjacent to a public street on Lot 6, Block 
A, Resubdivision of Plat of Lots 17 and 18, 2306 
foigadoon Court. Bayside Borough. 

8. E. Earl Perry requests a variance of 5 feet to a 15 foot 
front yard setback (Jefferson Boulevard) instead of ^ 
feet as required (deck) on Lot 7, Block 25, Section B. 
Ocean Park. 3701 Jefferson Boulevard. Bayside 
Borough. 

9. Mutnd Federal !^tvlngs and Loan Association toy 
Samuel W. Hill, Executive Vice President, requests a 
variance to allow the free-standing sign to have 3 sign 
faces instead of 2 sign faces as allowed on Parcel A, 1 .0 
acres more or less, Pembroke Meadows, 699 
Indq)endence Boulevard. Bayside Borough. 

10^ Paul L. Strassberg, Contract Owner, by Nathaniel 
J. Cohen, Esq.. Attorney, requests a variance ot 10 feet 
to a 10 foot side yard adjacent to a street (Wdnut Hill 
Drive) instead of ^ feet as required on Lots 1 and 2, 
Block 27, Pecan Gardens, Grant Avenue and Walnut 
Hill Drive. Princess Anne Borough. 

11. Mayberry Construction Corporation by Louis V. 
Caruana miuests a variance of 2 feet in fence height to a 
6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as allowed in a 
required side yard adj»xnt to a street (Inlynnview 
Road) on Lot 1, Section 1, Block A. Trant Berkshire, 
1076 Hve Point Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

12. Roger D. and Kathleen C. Cochran request a 
variance to allow parking of a major recreiUional 
equipment in front of a building mstead of behind the 
nearest portion of a building adjacoit to a street on Lot 
2, Block C. Resubdivision of Plat of Lots 17 and 18, 
2309 Brigadoon Court. Bayside Borough. 

13. Thomas A. Wright requests a variance of 2 feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required side yard adjacent to a street 
(Hidden Valley Drive) on Lot 5, Block D, Charlestown 
Lakes. 1836Legare Lane. Kempsville Borough. 

14. Michaek Buikiers, Contract Owner, requests a 
variance of 3 feet to a 3 foot side yard setbacks (both 
sides) instead of 8 feet each as required on Lot 1 1 , Block 
34. Section D, Ocean Park, Mystic Cove Drive. Bayside 
borough. 

15. Riparian Investment Associates. T/A Holiday Inn - 
39th Street, by Hiomas Lyons, requests a variant of 5 
feet to a "O" setNick from the east property line and of 
2.S feet to a 2.5 foot setback from tlw north property 
line instead of 5 feet each as required and to allow 
iwking in the r«)uired setback where prohibited 
from both the nmth and west {H-opoty Mts dn Lots 3 , 4 
and 5, Hock 90, Plat of Linkhora Park, 39tii Street and 
Atlantic Avenue. Vi^inia Brach Borough. 

16. Riparian InvMt^rat Associates, T/A HoUdfy Inn • 
39th Street, by Thomas L^his, requests a variuiM of 10 
feet to a "O" s^lMdc from both 39Ui Street and the 20 
foot lane uljoining the north property Uiw instnu! of 10 
feet e»:h as required and to aUow the aisles to be 19 feet 
wide instead of ^ feet as required when {»rking sptuxs 
ar:: «t a 90 degr^ uigle (2 stwy parking gara^) on Lots 
1. 2. 3 and 4. Hock 91. Plat of Unkhom Park, 39th 
Street and AUa^c Aimiue. Virginia Bo^ Borough. 

17. ^8. John 1. Nixon, Jr. bf Virginia National Bank, 
TroA fkpumtat, requ^ts a variance lo waive the 
r^uired {Mrking fw an eci^ii^ nmiconftmning 
iwiMiiv to be used for eitl^ i^ail, office or service 



establishmenu on UM 8. Uock 26, Map No. 2. Vir^nia 
Beach Devdopment Cmponitiim, 613 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Virginia Beadi BmougJi. 

18. Brydges and Moore Enterprises by John K. Moore. 
Partner, requests a variance of 22 parking spaces to 
"O" parking spsK^ instead of 22 parking spiK^es as 
required (restaurant) on Part of Lots 4 and 5. and Part 
of the Railroad Right of Way. Virginia Beach 
Developmoit Co., 2413 Pacific Avmue. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

19. Twiht R. and Ronald G. Bonney, Sr. request a 
variance of 3.5 feet to a 6.5 foot side yard setback 
instead of 10 feet as required (west property line) on Lot 
174, Section 5, Lakeville Esutes. 837 Morgan Trail. 
Kempsville Borough. 

20. Ramon W. Breeden Companin requests a variance 
of 58 square feet of sign allowance to 90 square feet of 
sign area instead of 32 square feet of sign area as 
allowed (apartment identification sign) on a Parcel, 
20.47 acres. Chapel Lake Apartments. 2(X25 Laskin 
Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 
BOARD. 



W. L. Towers 
Secretary 

VBS 8/30, 9/6 



VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

The 22nd day of August, 1978 

Re: WALTER C. BEAMAN.deceased 



SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

It appearing that a report of the accounts of Virginia 
National Bank, Personal Representative of the estate of 
Walter C. Beaman, deceased, and of the debts and 
demands against his esute has been filed in die Clerk's 
Office, and that six months have elapsed since the 
qualification, on motion of Virginia National Bank, the 
Personal Representative: IT IS ORDERED that die 
creditors of. and all others interested ui, the estate do 
show cause, if any they can. on the 21st day of 
Sept«nber. 1978, at 9:30 A.M. before diis Court at this 
courtroom, against the payment and delivery of the 
Estate of Walter C. Beaman, deceased, to die legatees 
without requiring refunding bonds. 

It is further ordered that this ^ow cause order be 
published once a week for two sucMssive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach SUN, a newspaper having general 
circulation in the City of Virginia Beach, Virgmia. 



BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 



3. 



■ if: 



M.iSlVitiO^ 



Enter: this day of August. 1978 

We ask for this: 

Jett, Berkley. Furr ft Price, 
Attorneys for Virginia National Bank. 
Personal Representative of the 
Estate of Walter C. Beaman. deceased 

A Copy Teste: John V. Foitress. Qerk. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit. Deputy Clerk 

VBS 8/30, 9/6 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 



The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Administration BuUding, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach. Virginia on Monday, 
September 11, 1978, at 1:00 P.M. at which time the 
following applications will be heard: 



CHANGE OF 

CLASSIFICATION: 



ZONING 



DISTRICT 



KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



1. 



Petition of Mdvin and M. Lmiise Nobles for a Change 
of Zoning District Classification from R-8 Rnidential 
Dimict to B-2 Community-Business District on certain 
l^operty located at the Northeast into^ection of 
Bonney Road and B(^fs Avenue, runiung a distance of 
120.78 feet along th^ North side of Bonn^ Road, 
running a distaiKe of 109.6 feet along die Eastern 
propCTty Une, running a (Ustance of 120 feet aloi^ the 
Northov propmy line and running a distance of 123.4 
feet idong the East ride of Boggs Avoiue. Said parcel 
contains .32 acre. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



An (^dlnance upon Ai^dication of Carmen M. Gomez 
for a Chan^ of Zonliv District Oasafiottion frcnn R-8 
Rracteitial District to B-2 CkMmnunity-fti^^ I^rict 
<m cotain {Hopoty Uxaied on the Nordi si<te of 
l^ipsvflte Road bqpnnkig at a point 200 feet East of 
C^t^viUe Tuf^^e, nmmng a (tistancx of 515.76 feet 
alcmg the North nk of KeBVMviUe Road, runnmg a 
distai»e of 780J2 feet in a N^diwesto-ly direction, 
running a dtttame of 56.43 feet in a N<»theasterly 
(ttie(^(Hi, running a distance of 720.1? feet in a 
f4»diwesta1y dtfecti<m, ruonlag a (Stance of 404.06 
fi|^ m a N<Mtheasterly directicm, running a distWKC of 
1WI48 f«t in a NorUiw«terty direction, n^y^ a 
(^MiKC of 2500 feet more or less in a South^Roly 
(^eeAm, running a distance of 180 feet fai a 
f^tedi««erly direction and running a dteance of MO 
feet more or Im in a Soud^ly direction. Said pared is 
in^pitar in shape and covins 20.6 aoes 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon AppUcation of Coite B. Rudacil for 
a Change of ZobIi« District CI|8sification from R-4 
ReridenUal District to R-9 Residential Townhouse 
District on parcds located West of Independence 
Boulevard andNdrth of Wishart Rqud. 

Parcel 1: Located 500 feet more or less East of 
Independence Boule^wd b^inning at fl point 480 feet 
more or less Nordi of Wishart Road, running a distance 
of 264 fett In a Nordierly direction, running a distance 
of 205.M feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance of 625.01 feet in a Nordierly direction, ninning 
a distance of 200 feet in an Easterly direction, ninning a 
dUtance of 396 feet in a Southerly direction, running a 
distance of 330 feet hi an Easterly direction, running a 
distance of 159.72 feet in a Soudierly direction, ninning 
a distance of 63.26 feet in a Westerly direction, ninning 
a distance of 271.91 feet in a Southerly direction, 
ninning a dUtance of 159.96 feet in a Westerly 
direction, niaataig a distance of 63.79 feet in a Southerly 
direction and running a ^stance of 131.68 feet in a 
Westerly direction. 

Pared 2: Located 520 feet more or less East of 
Independence Boulevard beginning at a point 1510 feet 
more or less Nordi of Wishart Road, running a distance 
of 309.74 feet in a Nordierly direction, ninning i 
distance of 232.87 feet In a Easterly direction, running a 
distance of 77 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 150.24 feet in an Easterly direction, running 
a distance of 211.90 feet in a Southerly direction, 
nuining a distance of 331.98 feet in a Westerly 
duTCtion, ninning a distance of 62 feet in a Southerly 
direction and running a distance of 141.90 feet in a 
WestCTly direction. 

Said parcds are irregular in shape and contain 8.112 
acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon ^q>lication of Malcolm L. and 
Leona P. Nock for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-8 Residendal District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located at die Nordieast intersection of Pleasure House 
Road and H<rilhi Road, running a distance of 150 feet 
along the North ride of HoUis Road, running a distance 
of 180 feet along the Eastern property line, ninning a 
distance of 150 feet along die Northern property line 
and running a distance of 180 feet along the East side of 
Pleasant House Road. Said pared contains .61 acre. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upm Application of Paul Louis Goulet. 
Sr.. for a Change of Zoning Distiict Classification from 
R-8 Residential District to A-2 Apartment District on 
certain property located on the North side of Hollis 
Road beginning at a point 150 feet East of Plta^^ 
House Roadr-rti^^ a diitaac e of 848 feet along the 
Nordi ride of Hollis HOriA^rtUming a distance of 180 
feet along the Eastmi propoty Une. running a distance 
of 240 feet along die Northern property line and 
running a distance of 180 feet along the Western 
property luie. Said pared contains .99 acre. BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of John W. Smith for a 
Change of Zoning District Clfesrification from H-1 
Hotel District to B-2 Community-Business District on 
certain property located 180 feet more or less Soudi of 
9iore Drive b^imiing at a point 360 feet more or less 
West of Independence Bmilevard, running a distance of 
186 feA m a Westerly direction, running a distance of 
88 feet in a Southtfly direction, running a distance of 
1 50 feet in a Westeriy direction, runnfaig a distance of 93 
feet ak>ng the WeMen property line, running a distance 
of 341 feet dong the Southern {»'(q)erty line and running 
a distance of 177 feet dong the Eastern property Une. 
Sud pared contains 1.08 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon ^niriication of OUray Land 
Devdopmoit Corp., for a Chai^ of Zoning IMstrict 
Clasrification frmn R-S Residoitid District to 0-1 
Office IMririct on cotain property located at the 
NortheaA intene^ion of Ansol Lane and Bassett 
Avoiue, running a distance of 150 feet dong the North 
ride of Ansol Lane, ninnioi a distance of 100 feet dong 
the Eastern propoty Une, running a distance of 150 feet 
dong the N(»tbem pr^crQr Hm and nuining a distance 
of 100 feet akmg the Batt ^te of Banett Avenue. Sdd 
pared contains .34 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL U^ PERMIT: 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

8. 

An Ordiname upim A{^riicati(m of Lynnhavoi Inlet 
Firiihig Pm Oxpotaikm for a Conditiond Use Permit 
f<» recreittkmd fa^idcs of an outdoor nature (fishing 
iriCT) cm parocii locittcd at the SoMhwst and Nordieast 
intosections of Ocean AwmiK umI ^ifffish Rc»d. 

Pared 1: Bcfmnmg d the Southeast int^section of 
Onan Avrauc md ^arfiA %oui, running a distance of 
IMfeet akmg the S^h ^ <rf Ocean Avmue, running 
a cUstance of 150 fe^ ak>^ the Eastern property Une. 
runniiv a (Ustaiwe of 150 fe« dong die Southon * 
propttty Um and runnfa^ a dtetance of IK) fwt dong 
die E^ ride of RarfiA RMd. 

Par(»l 2: Beginning U the Norttoat inters«:tion of 
Onan Avoiw and ^^M Road, r«ira« a (tistamx of 
1^ fe^ ak^ tte Nerdi Me of Ocean Ai^iue, running 
a distaroe of 364.06 feet atong the Mmtmn (vc^oty Une, 
rma^ a diMoce of 140.60 feat ahmg the Nordiem 
im^iety Um and i^ntav * ^i^e of 381.10 feet 
akmff the W^ira ptcpmf Une. 



, >' 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3D, 1978 10 



Virginia Beacli Publte Notices cont'd 



Said MTcek contain 1.68 mm. LYNNHAVEN 
BORCHJOH. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

9. 

An Ordinance upon Apjdication of Boddie-Noell 
Enteiprises, Inc.. for a Conditional Use Pormit for a 
gasoline service station and canvasli on certain property 
located at the Northwest intenection of Northampton 
Boulevard and Baker Road, running a distance of 200 
feet along the West st(te of Bako- Road, running a 
distance of 300 feet along the Ntmhem property line, 
running a distance of 175 feet along the Wntem 
pr<^)erty line and running a distance of 175 feet along 
the North side of N<»thampton Boulevard. Said {mrcel 
contains 1.08 aaes. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

10. 

^ Ordinance upon Application of Mr. and Mrs. John 
T. Stanton, Jr., for a Conditional Use Permit for 
a home occu|»tion (babysitting) on certain property 
located on the South side of Cobblestone Drive 
be^nning at a point 160 fe^ East of Kmp Arms Drive, 
Tunning a distance of 75 feet dong the South side of 
Q}bbl«tone Drive, running a distance of 100 feet along 
the Eastern property line, running a distance of 75 feet 
along the Southern propaty line and running a (Ustance 
of 100 feet along the Western property Une. Said parcel 
contains 7500 square feet. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

11. 

Motimi of the Plannmg Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 1 , Section 
102, of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordmance to 
establish a R-7A Residential District. More detailed 
information is available in the Dq»rtment of Planning. 

12 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 

Vir^nia Beach to amend and reordahi Article 5, 

Sections 553 and 573, of the Comprehensive Zoning 

Ordinance pertaining to setbacks for yards adjacent to 

the Atlantic Ocean. More detailed information is 

available in the Department of Planiun|. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in the 

Department of Planning. 



Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 

VBS8/23 8/30 *^' '^^^ ^"'^^ ^ '^ 3'*'nntsy' h&oii 
I n il Mi rnj ) j',n^T < »c !o aft inM B ib • gninn i n ,t > » ng viinH 

NOnCE OF PUBLIC HEARHilS'illoH r, -,. ? HroS^ 

The Virginia Beach Planning Conunission will hold a 
Public Heiring on Tuesday, September 12, 1978, at 
12:00 noon in the Coundl Chambers of the 
Administration Building, Princess Anne Courthouse, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. The foUowing applicatioils 
will appear on the agenda: 

DEFERRED FOR 60 DAYS BY PLANNING 
COMMISSION ON JULY 11. 1978: 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the Oty of 
Vir^mia B«ich to amoid and reordain Article 6, Section 
605, of the Comprehensive Zonii^ Ordinance 
pertaining to off-street parking requkements for 
offices. More dialled information is available in the 
DqMTtment of Planning. 

2. ' 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 8, Section 
805, of Uie Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to off-street parking requirements for 
offices. More detailed hiformation is available in the 
Departfnent of Planningi 

3. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virgtaiia Beach to ameml and reordain Artide 9, 
Sections 905, and 915, of Uie Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance pertauing to off-street parking requirements 
for offices. More detailed information is available in tiie 
DeiMuiment of Planning. 



prop^y line awi running a distance of 1044.58 feet 
more or less along tiw Eastern prop^y line. Sakl panxl 
contains 4 acres mote ot less. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



Ask Ordinance VLpm ^irfication of Dean S. P<^ter, 
Gordon B. Potter, and John Ray Potter, for a Oiange 
(rf Zoning District Oassifia^on from R-5 R^doitial 
IMstilct to A-2 Apartmoit [^strict on cenna property 
located at tiie Nortiieast intersection of Wildwood Drive 
apd Old Great Neck Road, running a distance of 81 1 .74 
feet along the North side of Wildwood Drive, running a 
distance of 1491.03 feet more or less along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 70 feet more or t^ 
m a Westeriy dire^on, runnmg a distant of IW feet 
toon (V less in a Nortlwly direction, running a distance 
of 120 feet more or less along tiie South side of Old 
Donaticm Pvkway and running a distance of 1923 feet 
along tiie East side of Old Great Neck Road. Said parcel 
contains 25.302 acres more or less. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. ^ 

8. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Oceana Church of 
Oirist for a Conditional Use Pmnit for a church 
(addition to presmt church) on certain propaty located 
at tiie Nortiiwest intersection of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard and Garcia Dtive, running a distance of 165 
feet along tiie Nortii side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
running a distance of 285 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 165 feet along the 
Northern property line and runnfaig a distance of 285 
feet along tiie West side of Garcia Drive. Said parcel 
contains 1.07 acres more or less. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

9. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Robert H. Venner 
and- Henry M. Clibome, Jr., for a Conditional Use 
Permit for a private club (racquetball/handball) on 
certain property located at the Nortiiwest intersection of 
Holly Road and Laurel Lane, running a distance of 340 
feet along tiie West side of Holly Road, running a 
distance of 304 feet along tiif Northern property line 
and running a distance of 364 feet along the Nortii side 
of Laurel Lane. Said pared contains 1.188 acres. 
(Linkhom Park Area). VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

10. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend reordain Article 9, Section 
911, of the Comprdiensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to use regulations for mini-warehouses in the 
B-2 Conununity-Business District. More detailed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 



.UllliA I 



Motion of tiie Planning Commission of tiie aty of 
Virginia Beach to anwnd and reordain Artide 10, 
Section 1005, of tiie Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertainmg to off-street parking requirements for 
offices. More detailed information is available in tiie 
Department of Planning. 

Moticm of tiie Ptemdng Commi^on of tiie City of 
Virginia Beach to ttnend and veordidn Artide 15. 
Section 1505, of the ComiH«h«isive Zmmg Ordinance 
pmaining to off-street parkta« requironents for 
offkes. More detail information » availaUe in tiie 
Department of Planning. 

' 6 
An Ordinance upon Awtoition of Dean S. Potter, 
Oofdoi B. Potter, and John Ray Pott», for a Oian^ 
of Zoning Wstrict Classification from R-4 Resltfcntial 
DiMrfd to A-2 ApartaMBt Dbufc^ m cmain pnverty 
loetted600 fe^ West ^ Fbst Cotariid Road banning 
at a potat 200 fe« South of Old Dwiation Parkway, 
running a distance of 210 feet more or l«s alot« tiie 
I^toihem ^opwty toe, ruuRi A^^^Mmce ®' •***^ 
fm more or tess along die W^en pn^i^ty Um. 
running a distance of IK.50 feet along tlw Soutiiem 



Subdivisicm Variance: Appeal from decisions of 
Administrative Officen in regard to certain dements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Stanwood 
Dickman. Property located on tiie West side of South 
Gum Avenue, 390.49 feet North of Bonney Road. Plats 
with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

12. 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Offices in re^d to certain elonents of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision of Katherine P. 
Hessel. Property located on the West side of Princess 
Anne Road, 320 feet more or less Soutii of Holland 
Road. Plats with more detailed Information are 
available in tiie Department of Planning. 

13, 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officers m r^ard to c«lain dements of 
the SubdivUion Ordinance, Subdivision of Robert A. 
Sandefur. Property located on ti« West side of River 
Court, 250 feet more or less Soutii of River Road. Plats 
with more (totalled infomntion are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

14. 

Sub^vision VariaiKe: Appeal from dedsions of 
Adminittrative Offico^ in regard to cotain draients of 
the SubiUvisicm Ordinance, Subdivision of Larry D. and 
Juanita S. Grimstead. Propaty located on the West side 
of Princess Anne Road, Soutii of Nortii Muddy Creek 
Road. Plats with more detailed mformation are 
Available in the Departmoit of Pbuming. 

15. 

SidKfivision Variance: Appod from Dec&tons of 
Administrative Officers m regard to certain donents of 
the Subdivinon Ordinance, Subdivision of Willard 
Lon^nan. Property located on the West sitte of 
Homestead Drive. 620 fed more or less South of Voilet 
Bank Driw. Plats witii more ddaitod information are 
avulable in tiie Department of Planning. 

16. 

^bdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Offlcos in r^u-d to certain donoits of 
the Subdivision C^d^uce, Subdivision of EnuM A. 
RuneU. Property located 300 fed more or less East of 
the Scwti^B ettronity of Lynn Cove Une. Pfaiti with 
amt (Called informati(m are available in the 
DQiartnwnt of Planning. 

17. 

Subdivision Vviance: App&X from D»dsions of 

Administrative Officers in reprd to certidn donents of 

tiw ^bdivU(» (Xtoanoe, ^Mivision of J. P. 
Uunbert. Pn^ierty kxatted at the S(Mitl^n otremity of 
Maharis Road. Ptes irith taott Waited inf oraiaUon are 
vwtable in tiie Dqnrtn^t of Manning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSinCATI<»l: 



18. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Baxter Realty 
Corp., (oi a Change of Zoung Distrid ClauificaticMi 
from I-l Light Indiwtrial District to B.2 Community- 
Business IMstrid on artain property located on the 
North side of Greenwich Road beginning at a point 
306.49 feet East of Newtown Road, running a distance 
of 241 .39 fed along the North side of Greenwich Road, 
running a distan<x of 225.46 feet along the Northern 
property line aiKl running a distance of 111.47 fed 
along the Western property line. Said parcel contains 
.33 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

19. 

An OrdinanM upon Application of Herman Haasnoot 
and Jack Booden for a Chan^ of Zoning District 
Qassification from R-8 Residential District to B-2 
Community-Business Distrid on certain property 
located on the West side of Rockbridge Road beginning 
at a point 93.70 feet North of Shore Drive, running a 
distance of 48.01 fed along tiie West side of Rockbridge 
Road, running a distance of 137.83 fed along the 
Northon property line, running a distance of 40 fed 
along the Western property Una and running a distance 
of 156 fed along the Southern property Une. Said parcel 
contains . 14 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

20. 

An Ordinance upon Application of James E. and 
Margard S. Harris for a Change of Zoning Distrid 
Classification from R-1 Residential Distrid to R-3 
Residential Distrid on certain property located on the 
South side of Little Neck Road beginning at a point 70 
feet more or less East of Briar Wood Point, running a 
distance of 170 fed along the South side of Little Neck 
Road, running a distance of 615 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 170 feet along the 
Southern property line and running a distance of 615 
feet along the Western property line. S^d parcel 
contains 2.4 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

21. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Donald E. 
Washburn and Jerrold W. Hutton for a Change of 
Zoning Distrid Classification from R-6 Residential 
Distrid to A-2 Apartment Distrid on certain property 
located on the South side of C Street beginning at a 
point 370 fed West of Barberton Drive, running a 
distance of 70 fed along the South side of C Street, 
running a distance of 166.01 fed along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 70.70 fed along the 
Southern property line and running a distance of 156.05 
feet along the Eastern property line. Said pared 
contains .259 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

22. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Sidney A. and 
Judith M. Wood for a Change of Zoning Distrid 
aassification from A-1 Apartment Distrid to I-l Light 
Industrial Distrid on cert^n property located on the 
North side of Southern Boulevard beginning at a point 
260 fed more or less West of Eureka Avenue, running a 

afefluiee ofzn.f ftd along thl6Nferth'Sl»Ho^«oWftert 

Boulevard, running a distance of 397,3 fed along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 205.47 fed 
in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 238 
fed in a Southeasterly direction and running a distance 
of 346.80 fed along tiie Eastern property line. Said 
parcel contains 2.52 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

23. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Commonwealth 
Realty Corp., for a Change of Zoning Distrid 
aassification from I-l Light Industrial Distrid to R-8 
Residential Distrid on certain property located on the 
North side of Credle Road beginning at a point 776.9 
fed East of Otxana Boulevard, running a distance of 
873.26 fed along the North side of Credle Road, 
running a distance of 175 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 850 fed along the 
Northern property line and running a distance of 175 
fed along the Western property line. Said parcel 
contains 3.5 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

24. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Edward E. and 
Linda C. Wallace for a Change of Zoning Distrid 
Classification from A-1 Apartmoit Distrid to A-2 
Apartmoit Distrid on certain propaty located at tiie 
Nortiiwest intersection of Pleasure House Road and 
Brigadoon Drive, running a distance of 100 fed along 
the West side of Pleasure House Road, running a 
distance of 360 fed along tiie Northern property line, 
running a distance of 100 fed along the Western 
property line and running a distance of 360 fed along 
tiie Nortii side of Brigadoon Drive. Said parcel contains 
.82 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

25, 

An Ordinance upon Api^ication of Kempar, Inc., for a 
Change of Zoning Distrid Classification from R-9 
Residential Townhouse Distrid to B-2 Community- 
Busine» Distrid on certain property located at the 
Soutiiwest comer of Providence Road and Lord 
Dunmore Drive, running a distance of 433.75 fed along 
tiie South side of Providence Road, running a distance 
of 34.09 fed in a Southerly direction, running a distance 
of 30 fed in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 
198.13 feet along tiie Western property line, running a 
distance of 180.75 fed along tiie So-them property Bne, 
running around a curve in a Northeasterly direction a 
distance of 180.27 fed, running a distance of 195.88 fed 
m an Eastaly diredion a^ running a distance of 100 
fed more or less along the West side of Lord Dunmore 
Drive. Said pared contains 4.3 acres more or less. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

U. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Frank E. Butier, III 
for a Change of Zoning Distrid Classlflcadon from 
AG-1 Agricultural Distrto to R-3 Residential District on 
catain propaty located on the North ade of Mun<ten 
Pmnt Road b^inning at a pdnt 747 fed West of 
PriMess Ai^ Itoad, runung a distant of 338.^ fed 



atong the North ^e of Munden Point Road, running a 
distan(X of 202.08 fed along the Western property line, 
running a distance of 373.37 feet along the Northern 
property line and running a distance of 251.63 feet 
along the Eastan property line. Said parcel contains 
1.816acres.PUNGO BOROUGH, / 

> 

27. 1 
An Ordinance upon Application of Fentress Wogd 
Assodates for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-8 Residential District to B|2 
Community-Business Distrid on certain propaty 
located on the West side of Princess Anne Road 
b^inning at a point 690 fed more or less South qf 
Sunstream Parkway, running a distance of 504.5 fe^t 
along the West side of Princess Anne Road, running^ 
(Ustance of 859 fed along the Southern property Iti^, 
running a distance of 500 fed along the Westeip 
propaty line and running a distan(x of 847 feet along 
the Northern property line. Said parcel contains 6^7 
acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

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28. ^f 
An Ordinance upon Application of Oscar Clinton Jonf s 
for a Chuige of Zoning District Classification from R-5 
Residential Distrid to A-1 Apartment District qn 
certain property located on the South side of Bax^r 
Road beginning at a point 1502, 14 feet East of Princes 
Anne Road, running a distance of 250 feet along the 
South side of Baxter Road, running a distance of 935. 1 
fed along the Eastern property line, running a distance 
of 280.6 fed along the Southern property line and 
running a distance of 805.1 feet along the Western 
propaty line. Said parcel contains 4.993 acrcf. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. J 

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29. >^ 
An Ordinance upon Application of Sunstream ParJs, 
Inc., for a Change of Zoning District Classificati«i 
from B-2 Community-Business Distrid to H^ 
Residential Distrid on certain property located on tfae 
South side of Sunstream Parkway beginning at a point 
800 feet more or less West of Princess Anne Ron^. 
running along the Soutiiem boundary of Sunstresyi 
Parkway in a Southwesterly direction a distance of 9^ 
fed more or less, ranning a distance of 139.46 feet in« 
Southerly diredion, running a distance of 310 feet in a|i 
Easteriy direction, running a distance of 303.2 feet ii\4i 
Northwesterly diredion, running a distance of 505 feflt 
in an Easteriy diredion, running a distance of 340 feet 
in a Northwesterly direction and running a distance gf 
190 fed in a Northerly direction. Said parcel contains 
6.7 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH . o 

ni 

30. ^} 
An Ordinance upon Application of Joseph Overholt fiH* 
a Change of Zoning Distrid Classification from Kr$ 
Residential Distrid to R-6 Residential District qii 
certain propaty located on the West side of Salem Road 
beginning at a point 850 fed North of Recreation Drive, 
mnning a distance of 650 fed along the West side 9f 
^tm jRead. running a distance of 410 feet in;a 
WMtwly d te ii>» ^ .jrwW*"l MlMMtftof A^O ««et ii^ 
Noftiwrly directi(Mi, runidng a distance of 4922 fea alotfe 
the Northern property line, ranning a distance of 750 
feet along the Westem property line, and running a 
distance of 5245 fed along the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 100 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. * 



31. *: 
An Ordinance upon Application of Anthony P. 
Kolantis and S.H. Sawides for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from B-4 Resort-Commercial 
Distrid to H-2 Resort-Hotd District on certain property 
located at the Nortiiwest coma of 13th Street and 
Atlantic Avenue, running a distance of 100 feet along 
tiie North side of 13th Stred, ranning a distance of 103 
fed along the Western propaty line, ranning a distant 
of 100 fed along tiie Northern property line ar 
ranning a distance of 103 feet along the West side _ 
Atlantic Avenue. Sidd parcel contains 10,300 squuf 
feet. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. j^ 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: ^ 

32. 'i^ 
An Ordinance upon Application of the Russel Hou^ 
Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit for a home for ttt 
aged on wrtain property located at the Northeast coma 
of Fh^t Colonial Road and Wolfsnare Road, running a 
distance of 503.10 fed along the North side of 
Wolfsnare Road, ranning a distance of 400.38 feid 
along the Eastern property line, ranning a distan(% itf 
540 fed al(Hig Ae N(»thera |»'operty line and runningia 
distance of 406.78 fed along the East side of FiM 
Colonial R(Md. Said parcel contains 4.922 aam. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH, H 



33. 



id 



An Ordinance upon Aw>lication of Ruth H. Cohe|. 
Bernard KroU and Albert A. Kroll for a Conditioi^f 
Use Panait for a gasoUne service station on cotalp 
property located at the Soutiieast intasedion ^ 
Holland Road and Lynnhaven Parkway, runni^jj 
distance of 186 fed along tiie East side of HpUar^ 
Road, running a distance of 225.50 fed along tte 
Soutiiem propaty line, running a distance of 201 .|j 
fed altmg ti« Eason im^joty line, ranning a distant 
of 121 fed along tiie South side of Lynnhaven Parkwflr 
and ranning around a curve a distance of 55 fed. S^ 
parcel contains .112 aa*. PRINCESS ANl^ 
BOROUGH. 






STREET CLOSURE: / 

34. 1 

Ai^ldfeation of William H. Wd»ter, Jr., for t|e 
discontinuance, domt and abandonment of a port^ 
of Katie Brown Drive bepnning at the North«stera end 
of tlw odsti^ cul-de-sac and oaoiding to the South^ 
bcwndary of the Norfolk-Virginia Beach Expressiwjf. 
Plats witii more detailed information are avaiUble,in 
the D^iartmait of Planning. KEMPSVILIqE 
K)ROUGH. 

(OdntiiuBdtopaeeS.) 



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to trade. Please call 426- 
6821. 96 

PARTY? Let "Pixie" the 
magician entertain your 
guests of children and/or 
parties, churches, schools, 
company dinners, etc. 
Clowns available. 853- 
8852 tf 

MAGIC-LEARN, from a 
professional magician for 
profit and prestige. Low 
rates. All ages. 853-8852. 
830 

AFGANS-hand knit. 
Your choice of colors. 
Priced by size. 

Reasonable. Order now 
for Christmas presents. 
464-2649. 830 

THE FANNY D. RN- 

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may be heard every Satur- 
day at 1 p.m. on WPCE 
1400 AM dial. For prayer 
and Christian counseling 
dial 623-5052. tf 

ATTENTION VISUAL 
ALLY HANDICAPPED! 

New recreational activity - 
Horseback riding! 
Instructor graduate of 
Cheff Center for the 
handicapped. 1/2 hour 
lesson S4.00. Martha - 
427-2282. 920 

YARN HAVEN-Yam and 
needlecraft-sidewalk sale. 
Savings to SO per cent. 
Fridays and Saturdays. 
""BcLo Shopping Center, 
Shore Drive/Great Neck 
Road. 481-0935. tf 



YARD HAVEN -Yarn 
and needlecraft - sidewalk 
sale. Savings to SO 
percent. Fridays A 
Saturdays. BeLo 
Shopping Center, Shore 
!>. Great Neck Road. 
481-0935. tf 



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BUICK 1976 Century 4-dr 
must sacrifice. Beautiful 
family or business car. 
Full power, excellent 
condition, warranty. 
$3,800. CaU 468-3831. 920 

1970 Poatiac FIreMrd, 

gold, 350 V-8 A/T, A/C, 
P/S, new 8-track stereo, 
battery, muffler, brakes 
and tires. Sl,4S0. 428- 
6411. 920 

FOitD GALAXIE 

5001974, AM Radio. FuUy 
equiped, 33000 miles, 
original owner, like new, 
$2,800. Call 48^3775. 96 

TOYOTA.1977 Cecica 
Gt. Uftback, 5 speed, air, 
AM/FM. Mag wheeU 
back window cover, low 
mileage. Like new $5,000. 
$5,100,497-2410. 913 



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miles. $600. Days 428- 
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920 



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PASS BOAT 1977 polar 
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motor, live weU & 
accessories. Sacrifice 
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CHRYSLER-9 Passenger, 
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control, mechanically 
perfect, new tires, drives 
beautifully. $4,100 firm. 
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GROCI»Y SItKK 

CLERKS needed to fiU 
part-time sdiedule. 

Experience not neoeasaiy 
apply to Value Fair 
Stores, Churchland. 

Contact managor David 
Bromley. 830 

UNUSUAL OPPORT- 
UNITY -ambitious person 
who desires tqp 
management position 
within 5 years. UnUndted 
Earning potential. Equal 
opportunity Employer. 
393-1921. 89 

PART TIME 

SCHOOLbus drivers. 
Looking for Viiiinia 
Beach residents interested 
in driving for imvate 
school. Exodloit 

opportunity for anyoiK 
interested in part time 
employment and pubUc 
service. Good pay, 
complete training 

provided apply in person, 
Monday thru Friday, 9-12 
am and 1-4 pm, A.R.A., 
Transportation, 2330 East 
Princess Aime Rd., 
Norfolk, second floor. 
E.O.E. 96 

SALES-HOLIDAY 
MAGIC COSMETICS- 

Opportunity to advance to 
management. Liberal 
commission, car helpful. 
Tidewater area. CaU 467- 
4040 No investment 
required. 

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WELFARE SUPPORT 
ENF(HICEMENT FIELD 
SUPERVISOR B- 

Accredited coU^ grad 
with major in business 
administration, M)dal 
work, pubUc 

administration, or other 
related fidds & 4 yrs.. 
experience in business or 
pubUs administration, 
social work, or related 
areas. Related grad study 
may substitute for 
exporioice on an equal 
time basis, and added 
comparable expmence 
relevant to duties of 
p<Mition may sutetitute 
for no education on an 
equal time basis. Must be 
wiUing to work in Va. 
Beach, Va. As vacancies 
occur applicants wiU be 
considered as they becmne 
digible. Salary range 
$15,675-$21,400. State 
applications (G.O. FORM 
P-12) available from local 
Va. Employment 

Commissions & Va. 
Office of Recruitment k 
Examination and miut be 
received by 5:00 P.M., 
August 21, 1978, at Va. 
Offiw of Recruitment A 
Examination, 817 E. 
Franklin St., Ridimm^, 
Va. 23219. An equal 
opportunity employer. 1% 

CABORlVlitS.DAY OR 
NIGHT shifti. Har- 
dworkos win tam good 
iminey! IKanond Taid, 
Virginia Beach. CaU Mr. 
Bragg. 464-3289. tf 

RESPONSIBLE^ PER- 
SON to a^ft ^Mi lato, 
managraafflt, ivMBCtticNi. 
GrMt f^Btet p<^Mttes. 
^uri (q>iN}r^inity. CaU 
463-2021 for 

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MEN/WOMEN: If you 
can spare 2 to 4 hours per 
day. we can offer you the 
tqqiMrtunity to earn extra 
SSS sdUng our wdl 
received product Une. Car 
and iriione necesswy. CaU 
425-0486 between 6:00 
p.m. and 10:00 p.m. 9/20 

SECRETARY- Part-date. 

3 evoiinp pa- week. In 
Pembroke area of Virginia 
Beadi. Interetting work, 
nice surroundinp, and 
good salary. Send resume 
to: Mrs. B. lOise. 301 Fort 
Lane, PortsmcMith, 

Virginia 23704. 830 

WE WANT YOU To have 
what you ««nt! Money! 
Rec(^ti(Hi! Opportunity 
for advancement! Prestige 
ol representing the best! 
FlexibUity in your work 
schedule! Highest return 
on your investment. A 
diaUenfe fw you. CaU for 
interview. Day8-425- 

8906/423-1342. Nights- 
468-6939. 830 



HOMEMAKER 

can extra inomie working 
part tinte from your 
htae. We show you how. 
420-3330 for 

appointmoits only. 



TYPING wanted my 
home. Experienced typist. 
Wants work at home. CaU 
489-7447. tf 

PORTRAITS. I wiU do a 
portrait in oUs, of your 
favwke person from a 
lriiotofr^)h. They make 
nice gifts. Reasonable 
rates. Expertenced._CaU 
489-7447. tf 



ALTERATIONS-Men's 

and Woman's clothing. 
Reasonable prices. Fast 
ser^ce. Please caU Jane 
Ahberr 467-9368. tf 

HOUSE SITTER ^ 

Reliable, local former 
teacher will house-sit 
resort home this nunmer. 
WUl give loving care plan- 
ts-animals. References. 
Call 1-703-552-6510 or 
481-1207. tf 



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REAL ESTATE 

INSTITUTE OF 

VIRGINIA BEACH 

Salespersons/Brokers 
Bcense-prcpatory course 
August !*• 

Principles/Practices 
coutse August 21, 428- 
7819/481-1072. 830 

DISCO DANCE 

STUDIO-Now Open. 
Opening Special • 5 
lessons $25. 123 B Wayne 
Ave., 420-4400 Visitors 
welcome. "Learn to be the 
best." tf 

EXPERIENCED OR- 
GAN, VIOUN A PIANO 
TEACHER now accepting 
students using latest multi- 
key methods on standard 
full size console organ. 
Symphony experience. 
427-5339. tf 



PIANO TEACHER- 

Experienced. Desires 
beginner students. John 
Schaum method taught, 
or we wiU work with what 
you or your child already 
has. Reasonable rates. Af- 
ter 6:00. Call 489-7447. tf 



PL^NO TEACHER. 

Students wanted! Enjoy 
teaching chUdren. Live in 
Deep Creek area. If 
interested caU after 4:00 
p.m. at 487-0584. 913 

EXPERIENCED PRO- 
FESSIONAL MUSICIAN 

will teach all levels of 
French Horn in my home 
or yours. 464-4517. after6 
pm. 830 

PUNO TUNIN<^RE- 
PAliilNG .l^IayW pianos 
repaired, old pianos a 
specialty. Call 424-3248. tf 



21-Privals lasb'iictiaa. 



HILLTOP beginners 
guitar class. Sti^ 
September 13, meil 
weekly. $18 for eight week 
session. 422-9151. 96 



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Pats 



BABYSITTING: In my 
home tot working mother. 
Fenced yard, hot lunches 
induded. Two year old 
playmate. $25 week. 
ThaUa area. 486-1836 920 

DISIVDUTORSiilP- 

FAST GROWING Sales 
business needs leaders 
who can work weU with 
peqde. Excdtot income 
potoitial, rei^ P.O. Box 
13043, Chesapeake. Va. 
23320. tf 



GET INTO THE 
EXCITING world of 
ChinchUla breeding. Small 
investmmt, Unge return. 
For lyipointn^it 499-3278 
between 3:30 and 7:30 
p.m. tf 



E.R.I.C.-Earty Retve- 
mem InvcitnMDt Club. 
Invest a maU amount of 
BHMey md recdve a la^ 
ittmn. OiMtox iMaykv. 
D|yfr425-8906/423-1342. 
N^bU468-6939. 96 



FUZZY and Uvely ARC, 

mini-Schnauzers - tails 
cropped, puppy shots, 
free pedigree, males only 
left. $125. CaU 468-3229. 



GERMAN SHEPARD 
PUPS2 nice litters to 
choose from, Chwnpion. 
E.R.K.O. Line. Terms. 
48^-8085. tf 



PUD'SCeramics. Cer- 
tified Duncan Toicher, 
Complete line Duncan 
products. Creenware. 
Flii^. Un^ue pfu. Free 
bc^ne-'s dasis. ^13 
Ponari Road, 463-0437. tf 



ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES. 6 
weeks oM, re^tntd with 
papers, $50.00 each. 421- 
9469 alto 5. Both parmts 
are exccBeBt tree dogs, tf 

FREE TO GOOD kotee. 

Seven month mixed-brtied 
puppy. Needs room to rtin 
Must find home, retumihg 
to school. 547-7001. 913 



JAPANESE CHIN -AKC 

registered toy pu|q»es 
Champion sire, 7 week^ 
okl. PerfKt apartment 
size wUl wdght 7-8 Ite. 
$125. 583-3488. pO 

l^ 

DOBf»MAN Pl^ 

ARC rqtistered. Ex(xien 
bloodHnes. Champioi^ir 
holtage. Priced to idl 
622-4435. Daily, 627-298- 
after 5 p.m. 8^ 

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IRISH SETT|;k 

PUPPIE$.5 males, >^CC 
Registered, Pr4ct 
^otiable. 420^7^. ^ ti 



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ENGLISH RilMNG 

HAMT-ttadc letther 
booU, size 2; baby Uue 
jacket-. size 10-12; 
breeches, size 10-12; 
ratcatcher, size 10-12. 
tJood condition. $20 for 
all. 481-4642. tf 

PART TENNE^EE 
WALKI»/ and Saddle 
bred, 3 yeara old, IS 
hands. All sh(Ks and 
wormed, very ^gtsak, $400 
Must seU! 343-0900. 920 



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OAKAWALNUT FURN- 
ITURE, glassware, 
picture frames, 

NASEMOND ANTI- 
QUES, 1220 N. Main St.. 
Suffolk. S39^^69 tf 

ALL TYPES OF NEW ft 
USED restaurant and bar 
equipment. Come to Dixie 
Scales, Inc. 1008 Oranby 
Street. CaU 623-7073. tf 

REFRIGERATOR. 12.4 
Copper frostfree, 

coldspot. nevo' been used. 
388:5901. 96 



SOFA-Blue 18th century 
style, plus wing back 
chairs-4 nudu^any, 

Henkle Harris \xkAn, wall 
mirror, extras, $1,800- 
Uke new. 488-2873. 913 

WHITE STANDARD 
MARCHING BOOTS 

from Hofheimers, $17.30, 
great condition. Have seen 
a few parades, metal toe 
and heel taps. $17.30 or 
best offer 481^4642. tf 



COUNTRY STYLE 
ANTIQUES-Monday 

;'- Friday 10-5 Saturday and 
*' Sunday by appointment. 
2339 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
~ at London Bridge. 481- 
■ 2380,340-3192. tf 

RO^'S ANTIQUES - 

^ 1904 Uffette \ya^.^it s 

',' buy and sell. Used ana an- 

,' tique furniture. 623-9624 

' or 837-6710 shop. Dealer. 

tf 



MIRROR RESILVER- 
INGFree estimates. Quick 
Service, reasonable prices. 
Free pick-up and ddivery. 
•'463-2334. tf 

CHURCH'S ANTIQUES 
ft SELUNG POST. At 

Fox HaU. 5029 East Prin- 
cess Anne Road. 20 pa- 
cent off with this adw- 
tisement. Plase caU 853- 
9548. tf 



:1 WHITE FREEZER, 

good condition - $133.00. 
2 chairs, $7.50, 1 regular 
size bed, $12.00, 1 electric 
oven (roticory) $23.00. 1 
inlaid card table. $20.00, 2 
green shag rugs $25.00 
each. Good condition. 
Pif^um, all sizes, 
•Teasonable prices. 489- 
i?J447. tf 

TIDEWATER Sew Vac. 

.2710 Virginia Beach 
JBoulevard; 340-3481 or 

^6528 East Indian River 
^Jload, 420-5803. Recon- 

.ditioned vacuums $9.93 

up. Kirby service. tf 



FLEA MARKET No. 3, 

3315 South Military 
Highway. C^)en Friday, 
^turday, Sunday only 10- 
€. Inside stalls and table 
set-u|» fot roit. 28 staUi 
10 serve you. Free tA- 
Aiission. 487-9803. 
tf 

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FLEA MARKET-Shore 
1>riye-ln Thottre. Rmite 
60 at tey Bridge Tunnd. 
Open Saturdays! Sorry 
Cl<^d Sunlays-See you 
Sundays at Ncafdk Mve- 
in. 481-5872. tf 



GARAGE SALE4428 
Hw^u Mve, Pembroke 
MeadkHn. ^turday, 
SqHember 2, 10-4. Hens 
bft from Churdi's Fka 
Market. Odds N' ends. 
Name your own iHioe. 830 



WANTED TO 

RUY:Window screens- 
46^4 x 23 W -six needed. 
Ptease call Joan - 481- 
3478. tf 

WEbuy diamonds and any 
type of gold. 461-8261. 
Deate-. tf 

WICKER FURNITURE- 

<M ftuhioned. any con- 
dition, Med broken pieces 
for puts. Will da rquirs. 
Call 461-8786. tf 



JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, Tractors, 3. 
Hook-up eqni|»nnt, fen- 
ce posts, pnnut hay and 
c«n. 545-83TO. tf 

DEALERS WANTED To 

handle a m^or Une of 
{ure-engineered steel bins 
and buildings. Lucrative 
opportunity for the right 
person. Aggressive farm 
operator considered. Call 
800-325-6400. 830 



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PUNOS-New and used, 
rentab/tumng/repairing/ 
rebuilding/refinishing. 
Pede ft TolUson ^iano 
Wardiouse. 5312 Building 
E. Virginia Beach Blvd. 
490-1633. tf 



ELDORADO-1973. 12 x 

54', 2 bedroom. Must sell- 
-being transferred. $5000 
(total pricel) appliances 
included air conditiomd. 
Located lovely area. 545- 
6413 after 6. tf 

1976 LIBRA, Nearly new, 
12x65' with expando, 3 
bedrooms, 2 baths, ap- 
pliances, skirting, car- 
peting, gas heat and stove. 
Has large living room and 
kitchen. 421-3676. tf 






NOKVIEW Rare Coins - 
Norfolk's most complete. 
Buy, sell, tnule. Buying 
silvo* coins. 42 Sot^them 
Shopping Center, Nor- 
folk, 853-8118. tf 



PRIVATE LOT, for 

mobile home. Very large, 
with water and sewer, very 
reasonably priced. 421- 

2823. 



MOUNTAIN HOME 
GROWN APPLES ft 
PEACHES-have just 
arrivedl Full Une of fresh 
daily produce-Cheap. Ask 
for Pop. 487-9826. 96 

COWS-GRAIN FED-for 

the freezer. .45 cents a 
pound! AU our customers 
are satisfied. Will deliver 
to packuig company. 488- 
4244. tf 

PEACHESWenger Orc- 
hards-$3.25 peck. Open 
104:30. Closed Sundays. 
4 miles east of Great 
&idge. 1633 Mt. Pleasant 
Rd., Chesapeake. 482- 
1364. tf 



FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily, green's 

Seafood Market. At the 

Farmer's Market of 

Virginia Beach. CaU 427- 

3574. 

Open9-6daily. tf 

OYSTERS • Lynnhaven, 
shucked and unwashed. 
Opposite Hurd's Seaford 
Restaurant, off Little 
Neck Rd., Earl Smith, 
340-5171. tf 



ATWOOD'S FRESH 
SEAFOOD. 1724 San- 
dbridge Road. We have 
Croaker, Trout, Bluefish, 
Whiting, Cat fish. Clams, 
Crabs, and Scallops. CaU 
426-7850. tf 



SHARE-A-PLACE. If 

you have a place or are 
looking for a place to 
share with someone who 
is compatible call 486- 
8328. 830 



BEACH MOTEL APTS.- 

Relaxing private beach on 
Chesapeake Bay. Spacious 
rooms- $16 per day and 
up! Haven Inn Motel, 
3812 E. Ocean View. Our 
family is looking forward 

*to serving you. 588^327. 

tf 



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LOVELY FURNISHED 
1-2 bedroom apt. with 
color T.V. AvaUable 
through May. No pets, 
reasonably priced. Pacific 
West Apartments. Motd 
306 29th St. 428-3633. tf 

FURNISHED GARAGE 

Apartment - near Great 
Bridge. Gentleman 

preferred. 547-3687. 920 



FURNISHED winter 
rmtal north-end beach. 3 
bedroom, 1 1/2 bath 
avaUable through Juiw. 
No pets. Reasonably 
pric^. 428-3633. nO 

NEW 3 BEDROOM 
RANCH - 2 baths, CAC, 
self-dean over, next to 
golf course, park, lake; 
easy access all bases. 499- 
9449. tf 



FLOWERS-HANGING 
BASKETS, 8'-$3.0O: 16' 
laml»/swan planters with 
plants, $5.50; LoU more! 
Coma" of Pimwood and 
200 Driftwood. 486-6703. 
96 

DIRT A-1. Black, fertile 
top soU. Also sand and 
fUl. Prompt service. Jack 
N. PoweU, Inc. 855-7844 
or 833-7218. tf 



TONY*S GARDEN 
SERVKX. Comptoe lan- 
dscaping, trees, lawns, 
fences, painting, roto- 
tiUing ft ^rinklers etc. 
Free estimate. 583-1674. 
853-2335. tf 

TRACTOR WORK 
DONE. Make ycMir land 
mdy f<H planting. Gar- 
den, grading, mowing, 
di^ng, plowing and bush 
hogwork.547-7534. tf 



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POINT OF' W00DS<4 

bedroom, 2 baths, 2 car 
garage, firepl»:e, central 
air. screened patio with 
grill, foiced yard, $375 
month. Call 340- 
0525.After 5:30 p.m. 913 



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CHESAPEAKE-Douglas 

Rd. 8.8 acres 292" 
frontage. Partly wooded, 
2X)ned Farmette. By 
owner. Reasonable priMd. 
487-4840. 



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KEMPSVILLE:3 bed- 
room, 2 bath, ranch 28 ft. 
F.R., with fireplace, Mt-in 
kitchen, L.R., D.R., 
pu-age, CA., Lovely, wdl 
keiM, inside and out. 497- 
8481 96 



PEMBROKE MEAD- 
OWS. Immaculate 4 
bedrooms, custom 
fireplace, central air. 
family room, nrp^ing 
drapes. Reasonably 
priced-low $5^'s, 490- 
0221. tf 



CANDLEWOOD COVE- 

Exquisite 4 bedrocnn nn- 
ch, nestled in lovely 
wooded setting, 3200 
square feet of Uving space, 
3 baths, large family 
room, wet bar, large out- 
door screen patio. On 1 
plus acres. Luxury Uving. 
By owners. 481-3142. tf 

ALANTON • 4 bedroom 
brick ranch, 2 baths, 
family room, fireplace, 
eat-in-kitchen, pantry, 
hardwood floors, 2 ^r 
garage, weU. $72,500. 428- 
4345/481-1908. tf 

WELLINGTON WOODS 

-3 bedroom ranch, famUy 
room, with fireplace, eat- 
in Utdien, living room, 
dining room, 2 baths, 7 
percent assumption. 
$59,900,481-1054. tf 



GREEN RUN 

WOODLAND ESTATES 

4 bedroom ranch, 
firqiiace in famU^t)om, 
comer lot. Excellent buy! 
Many extras! 1464 Pear 
Tree Arch, 427-3941. tf 



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WINTERGREEN- 

woodcd htMiai Site with 
water/sewage. Near ski 
lodge. Owner terms 
available. Selling under 
market price. CaU 1-703- 
886-0496. tf 



FLORIDA -TRADE? 
EQUITIES -12 acre farm 
with 3 bedroom house - 2 
fireplaces, den, fenced, 
pond. Also waterfront 
lots, notels, 461-8120. tf 

CAPTAINS COVE - On 

Eastern Shore. Yacht club 
membership available ■•. 
nominal fee. Boating, 
pool, golf, recreation cen- 
ter. Must seU. 426-7666. tf 



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LOTS FOR SALE, TraUer 
lot on choice canal leading 
to Currituck Sound. 
Wateut Island, N.C. has 
electric, sew», water. 
ExceUent fishing. 703-455- 
3425. tf 



1978 TRAVEL 

TRAILER-28'. self 
contained, 3 year 
warranty, sleefw 6, many 
extras. Used I week! 
Original ccMt $8,700 must 
sell-unusual circums- 
tances,$6,000. 804-420- 
8664. tf 

1972 WAYFARER 
MOTOR HOME 20% 

sleeps 6, self-contained, 
31,000 miles, good gas 
mileage. $5,500. Call 
Bridgeman-464-8225 or 
464-6357 evenings. tf 



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ODD Jttba dom, (bn^Kry 
rods, curtains, shMies and 
awnings InstalM. Fences 
ami guttering repaired. 
IHunting wimkw panes, 
replat^, etc. 499-0^. 

920 

J D UPHOLSTERY, 

experiraced in restyUng, 
rKOvering, rqtairiiv. 
refioishing the deox^ve 
show wood on any type of 
furniture. Industrial and 
residential. 5n-76Sl. 9^ 

ALL TYPfS of touch-upa 
on all fiM furniture and 
(Xher rqMur. AU work 
piarantenl. C^ for 
appcMntment. 4M-^5. 
16s^ne(periflMe, 930 



AT YOUR SERVICE.' 

TO ADVEITISI IN THU tlCTION, CALL lOAN 481-3477 



Witerfroirt property 
iK»tfor|wMcme 



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HOUSE CLEANING- 

venetian bUnds, windows, 
offices, floors, homes, 
bathroMns with mUctew, 
reas^AHMMl^iil^Hiiif'* 
Cleaning Service. 485- 
3760. tf 



HOME IMPROVEMEN- 
TS repairs, maintraance, 
Sute licensed. Free 
EMimato. ProtqM, cour- 
teous ser^ce. Qiudity per- 
formance. 486-1344 or 
497-2320. tf. 

UGHT HAUUNG - 

tn^ and driver for hire, 
dependable, (^a hdp 
avaiUbJe, no job too smaU 
or laiie, 345-9330. tf 

NO WAX * VINYL 
FLOORING, 9 X 12' 

rooma, $96. Installed. 30 
sam{4ei to cbooae from. 
42(M)^2 anytime. tf 



CHIMNEY SWEEPS - 

Don't ridi a fte. CaU a 
professional. Smutter 
Bros. Chimney SwMps, 
ikxioed and innired. CaU 
487-9160 or 488-8801. tf 

WEDDING nwro- 

GRAPie-Our specUty. 
pior ramiriete »4?«dve 
wMkUi^ ravoi^ odi 
Le^ PlMOfra^c 

Service. 4&-13I2. 

^wiples i^oudly ^iwol tf 



f a^Hinaas wiiaraa 



714anfieas Offend 



AARDVABK CHIMNEY 
SWEEPS, INC. Fast, 
dean, profestional 

service, 483-3391 or 487- 
7183. tf 

PAINTING AND 

GENERAL repdr, 

rdoflng guttering, intolor 
and exterior iMinting, and 
repair. First Class work, 
with refereooes. CaU after 
6:00 p.m. 463-1463. 

BABY SntlNG-in your 
home. Have 

tranqxNTUdiMi. Have 
references. 464-2649. 830 

BATON USSONS-By 

High Schocd majorette, aU 
ages. 463-0306. 830 

CUSTOM MACHINE 
MONOGVAMING-bowl 

hig shirts, Unou, etc. Fast 
service ami reasonable 
prices. 467-6092. 830 

EAR PIERaNG-done by 

im>fessional nurses, daUy, 
free eanings given. 
Monday thru Thursday 
10-3. RrUay ft Saturday 
12-8. 439 Effinghani 
Street, Portsmouth. 487- 
3276. tf 

FIREPLACES-brick, 

block A stone work. We 
specialize in masonvy and 
pre-fab fireplaces. Patrick 
Moore, 481-7373. tf 

MUSIC LESSONS-Piano, 
orpm. guitar ft accordian. 
Windsor Woods area. 
340-7799. tf 

PAINTING-Exterior ft 

interior, free estimates, 
work guaranteed. CaU 
Harry 497-0048. 830 



MOBILE HMIE ROOF 
SEALING -$50. 

Maximum charge. Free 
estimates. For 

information Call t.C. 
Dotson. 487-2386. tf 



SPEEDY rENCE 

COMPANY-lnstallation 
and repalra. We specialize 
in Kindo-garden and dog 
enclosures. Pay what you 
can afford! 424-3273. tf 

HOME JMPKS^i!lMENT 

ftRapalmo Job too muUI 
or too large. Concrete 
patio ft sidewalk specialty. 
Back 3«rd recreation 
faculties avaUable. 486- 
6791-481-7025 tf 

MA^NNING . ft 
JOHNSON-Paint and 

general repair, guttering, 
carpentry, painting- 
interior and exterior. AU 
work guaranteed. 
References. Free 
estimates. Call anytime 
463-1463. tf 



PIANO tuning prompt 
effident service. Lee 
Wales. 4604)636. 920 



WRITER: Professional 
author, editor, 

ghostwriter, writing 

consulting, author's 

personalized . guidance. 
Reasonable/negotiable 
fees. All typing services. 
(IBM) 467-0374 

evening/week-ends. 9/20 

Additioas, enclosures, 
fireplaces, bathrooms, all 
types of home remodeling. 
Free estimates ft design. 
Licoised ft bonded. Add- 
a-room Construction Co. 
481-0691. tf 

ROOFING, guttering, 
painting ft chimn^ water 
proofing. AU wQ^k 

D. Dever Roofing Co., 
387-3003. tf 



FIGURE CONSULTANT 

- Spas inconvient or too 
expensive? Call us for a 
free consultation to set up 
your personalized home 
exercise and nutritional 
program. Guaranteed 
results. 421-3442. tf 

- 

ELECTRICAL CON- 
TRACTOR-Free esti- 
mates. 24 Hours service 
for your electrical needs. 
Action Electric. 622-1089. 
tf 

HOME REPAIRS- 

Carpentry, paneling, 
dens, family rooms. Free 
estimates. 587-2309. tf 

BRENDA'S SEWING ft 
ALTERATIONS. Quality 
work at reasonable rat«. 
Most orders ready next 
day! Call 487-9727. tf 

QUALITY room 

additions and custom 
building, fireplaces, 

concrete work and 
enclosures, garage work 
and materials guaranteed. 
WendeU Pye, owner 464- 
4242. 9/20 

DON'T SPEND YOUR 

day off cleaning out your 
garage, attic or basement. 
Call us for a free estimate. 
We clean and haul away. 
464-6344 anytime. tf 

AUTO-CRUSHERS pA-1 

-junk car removal. All 
cars towed away free, top 
dollar paid. Fast service, 
497-5528. tf 

MAGIC-LEARN from a 
professional magician for 
fun, profit and prestige. 
Low rates. All ages. 853- 
8852. % 



RON WEST -TRIM 
CARPENTRY, cabinets, 
pane|^i«. doors, 
boQ^tAHs, ..Totm!<iai 
additions or remodeling. 
623-0201. tf 



Some undevdoped waterfront property in 
Clm^iMke whkh ndghbors have believed was there 
tax thdr enjoyment ud the enjoyment of the public is 
actuaUy privately owned. 

This fact wiU be driven home to adjoining residents as 
the owners of the property start developing the 
prop^ty. 

The dty of Virginia Beach has promoted legislation 
of some sort to control beadifront development to 
protect the beach from erosion and to give the public 
access to the water. Qty-fluuiager George L. Hanbury 
said that a Senate committee has been investigating the 
problem for two or three years. At that rate, he said, 
Virginia Beach wiU be buUt up. 

At an informal coundl smion 
Hanbury discussed two pending developments on the 
west and east sides of the Lesnes Bridge. 

AU the city has to work Wth to protect the beach 
front is a "bureauocratic armt^ist," he said. 

Lit C. Hudgins is developing nine lots which have 
been plats of record since Ocean Park was recorded, 
Hanbury said. Before issuing the building permit, the 
dty required that Hudgins build behind the dune Une at 
the 16-RlOt elevation although building has been 
permitted at the six-foot dune Une. There will be no 
easement through the property for people Uving behind 
the devlopment to get to the beach, but a dty right of 
way is available. 

"People wiU feel the beach is bdng taken away from 
them," Hanbury said, "but it's aU private property". 

Hudgins has agreed to build a private road so that it 
wtHi't be necessary to destroy more of the dunes. 

Rocco Laasiter is developing an area on the east side 
of the Lesner Bridge, CheupMke Bay Shores, into a 
community of townhousa and duplexes. The section is 
heavily wooded and construction will be at the 12-foot 
dune line, behind the 14-foot dune Une. 

llie dty has acreed to aUow the developer to have a 
smaUer r^t-of-way -44 feet rather than the 50 feet 
usuaUy required for roads, so that some of the growth 
of wild oau can be saved. 

The paved portion wi^ still be the standard 30 feet 
and t«i-foot easements vHU be left on either side. The 
dty wiU also ask for easonents to the beach and 
dedication of a pubUc beach . 

Under the circumstances, it's the best the city can do 
to protect the public and the beaches. 



Renard Joins Pembroke 

Robert D. Renaid has Jdned the finance and management 
divldon of Pemlnoke Raahy ft lasuiance Agency, Inc., it hat 
betn announced by Pemtffoke presUent Richard OUvieri. 

Renard, former vice preiklent of oommercial real estate 
devdopment for Aquarian Age Real Esute, Ltd., will be in 
charge of shopping center leasfaig fw Pembroke. handUni 
sud) new onten as Woodtide. Timberlake and Pembroke 
East dx^pei. He has been involved in shopping center 
leasing and devdopment hi the Tfalewater area for the past 



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You've known us for years os First Federal Savings & Loan Association. 

And, hopefully, we've had the pleasure of helping you with your savings 

or home loan plans at one of our four offices throughout Tidewater. 

But there's a big change we'd like you to know about. 

Technically speaking, we've changed from a"mutual"association 

to a "stock" association. And our new name is simply First Savings. 

What all this means is: our neighbors throughout Tidewater. 

now have the opportunity to share in the profits of our association. 

Also, we will be able to offer a great deal more mortgage money 

than inthe past. This means we can help in the continuing growth of our 

cDmrnunity—both for families and business. 

Of course, we sfill offer all the things you've come to expect 
from us. V\fe pay the highest interest olbwed by law on the full 
range of savings plans; including the new 8 year, 8% savings certificate 
and 1/4% over the 6 month Treasury Bill rate. And all savings are in- 
sured up to $40,000. 

Our Prestige freedom Account can get you emergency 
cash, anywhere in the country, at over 3300 participating sav- 
ings & loan associations. Plus automatic funds transfer and 
mortgage payments, free notary service, and free trav- 
eler's cheques or money orders. 

So look for the sign of the eagle. You'll 
find a shorter name, but all the services we've 
always offered, and more. 

At First Savings. V\fe work for you. 



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